Poland pulls back from banned internet domains registry

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The Polish Ministry of Digitisation has frozen its move to establish a central registry of prohibited domains. The move required the ISPs to provide information on individual Polish citizens who visited banned websites.

This, naturally, led to privacy concerns, which led to public protest. On Tuesday a Ministry announcement said the project had been discontinued, emphasised that its proposals had been misinterpreted, and claimed that there had never been an intention on the part of government to restrict the freedom of the internet.


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