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Liability for disseminating disparaging content on the Internet
According to the report of the Central Statistical Office entitled "Information society in Poland in 2021", published on 21 February this year [1], last year 92.4 percent of Polish households had access to the Internet. Unfortunately, as the number of Internet users increases, so does the potential scale of infringements of third-party rights online, which [...]

An EU-centric country with a Kafkaesque discriminatory algorithm targeting its citizens. The story of how a lack of oversight of new technologies brought down the government in the Netherlands.
The technology used by the government to deter social crime and improve the efficiency of government offices can lead to unwarranted exclusion and violations of privacy rights. The Prime Minister of the Netherlands, who resigned from the government as a consequence of a malfunctioning algorithm, experienced this. There has been a lot of public discussion [...]

Cold, warmer, hot – the approach of EU bodies to geoblocking
The recent reforms of the digital market introduced at EU level as well as the pending discussions about the future of online distribution of culture may be divided into three essential subjects. The first indicates positive changes, the second arouses considerable emotion, while the last is a clear cause for concern for the creative industry. [...]

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