Polish Government Approves Proposal to Create Registry of Banned Websites and Services

Yesterday the Polish government accepted the proposal to create a Registry of Banned Websites and Services. We wrote about the lack of transparency surrounding the creation of this law earlier this year on Global Voices. Yesterday’s decision has generated a wave of protests on-line. The leading voice on the case, Piotr Waglowski, aka Vagla, author of a blog devoted to law and Internet issues [PL], posted an article the same day, in which he explained the legal procedures the proposal still faces before it receives a final approval.

via Global Voices Online » Poland: Government Approves Proposal to Create Registry of Banned Websites and Services.

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