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Poland fighting censorship done by Social Media Cartels
A law is due to be passed in Poland that would fine Big Tech firms $2.2 million every time they unconstitutionally censor lawful speech online.
Under its provisions, social media services will not be allowed to remove content or block accounts if they do not break Polish law.
In the event of removal or blockage, a complaint can be sent to the platform, which will have 24 hours to consider it.
Within 48 hours of the decision, the user will be able to file a petition to the court for the return of access.
The court will consider complaints within seven days of receipt and the entire process is to be electronic.
Polish Justice Minister Zbigniew Ziobro made clear that the legal initiative is designed to fight censorship.
13 days ago
Just thing if lawmakers in the US had a backbone they could do the same. But they dont
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Panama exceeds 5,000 deaths from COVID-19 and accumulates 309,851 infections
With some 43 new deaths, reported in the last 24 hours plus 11 updated deaths, Panama reached 5,034 deaths due to COVID-19 this Saturday, January 23.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Congressman Mistakes U.S. Officials For Indian Ones
Two people are arrested for transporting drugs on the roof of a vehicle in Paso Canoas
The Public Ministry of Panama reported this Saturday, January 23, on the arrest of a man and a woman, who were transporting drugs in a vehicle with a specially modified roof in ...
Video shows Tacoma police vehicle driving over at least one person on a crowded street
A video circulating on social media shows a Tacoma Police Department (TPD) vehicle driving over at least one person on a city street and "may have impacted others," according to...
More than 5,500 people have been vaccinated against covid-19 in Panama
As of 4:00 pm on Saturday, January 23, 5,594 people in Panama had already been vaccinated against covid-19, reported the Ministry of Health (Minsa).
Jair Bolsonaro could face charges in The Hague over Amazon rainforest
Indigenous leaders and human rights groups accuse Brazilian president of crimes against humanity
Two people convicted of the murder of a 6-year-old in Altos de Los Lagos
Two people were found guilty of the murder of a 6-year-old minor in Altos de Los Lagos, Colón province, which occurred in 2019.
OLYMPICS-2020 / WHO: IOC plans to vaccinate every Olympic athlete to save Tokyo games
The International Olympic Committee is working with the World Health Organization to get all athletes vaccinated in a bid to save the Tokyo Games, The Telegraph reported on Friday.
A rapist sentenced to 96 months in prison
A 96-month prison sentence was handed down to a man responsible for the crime against sexual freedom and integrity in the form of rape and other sexual crimes, in Las Tablas, in...
US Talk Show Host Larry King Dies Weeks After Testing Positive For Covid
The company he co-founded, Ora Media, did not state a cause of death but media reports said King had been battling Covid-19 for weeks.
Bernie Sander's Mitten Maker Flooded With Nearly 13,000 E-Mail Orders
Ellis, a 42-year-old elementary school teacher, lived a quiet life in the Vermont town of Essex Junction -- until Wednesday.
How the Most Extreme Street Style Star Is Dressing for Digital Fashion Week
Men’s fashion month has become almost completely digital. And while we’ve enjoyed watching the likes of Prada, Louis Vuitton, and Dior on our screens (and playing Balenciaga’s f...
The EU should stop ignoring the vaccine race and try and win it, or at list let the pharma companies and politicians make more money from the opportunity
The faster people are jabbed, the fewer will die, and this is not working - at list it makes many people super rich but also allow the public to get back to so normality.
PM talks to Biden in first call since inauguration
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has spoken to Joe Biden for the first time since the new US president was inaugurated.
Canada massively violates human rights during the pandemic
Canada deported thousands of people even as COVID-19 raged last year, data seen by Reuters shows, and lawyers say deportations are ramping up, putting people needlessly at risk ...
Biden says "I don't know what Im signing." Signs anyways
Viral video where Biden literally says "I dont know what Im signing..." then signs it anyways. This old man is just signing orders written for him by the Obama faction. Sad to...
WOW! Amanda Gorman stole the show at Biden's inauguration: Meet the 22-year-old poet laureate who gave a historic 5-minute speech that's gone viral
Amanda Gorman, 22, performed her work "The Hill We Climb" at the presidential inauguration on Wednesday. She's the youngest inaugural poet in history.
We can always find justification to shut up the stupidity of our opponents. Censorship is a dangerous way to deal with it.
The same technology that we welcomed as 1984, because it was cool, is now taking us back to 1939.
CNN host Larry King dead at 87
News of King’s death was posted on his Twitter account Saturday in a statement from Ora Media, his digital TV network.
Looking Forward to Dinner Parties Again? Here’s Some Inspiration to Tide You Over
Take a look at 15 standout dining rooms chosen by the editors of ELLE Decor.
Privacy-focused Facebook competitor MeWe says it's gained more than 2 million users in the past week
Alt-right fringe groups have flocked to alternative social networks as Facebook and Twitter clamp down on hate speech and false election fraud claims.
Huawei founder sees decentralised control as a way to beat US sanctions
A newly published speech that Ren Zhenfei gave in June reveals the Huawei CEO’s thinking on strategies for surviving US sanctions.
Inside Biden’s Oval Office: no more Trump ‘Diet Coke button’
All presidents tweak the Oval Office decor at the start of their terms to reflect their personal tastes and to telegraph broader messages to the public.
A mental treatment is missing: AOC did not attend inauguration because she doesn't feel ‘safe’ around House colleagues, calls to ‘expel’ Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-New York) was a noticeable no-show at Joe Biden’s inauguration and she’s now claiming part of the reason was “very real security concerns” from ...
Macron rules out official apology for the French crimes against humanity in Algeria
President, who once acknowledged French colonisation as a ‘crime against humanity’, rules out formal apologies to escape accountability and reparation.
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