Deloitte: Poland enters the phase of economic expansion

The divergence of economic moods in Poland...

Two Years On: War in Ukraine and Its Global Impact

On February 24, 2022, a full-scale Russian...

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European Online Stores Complain of Unfair Competition from China, Call for Better Market Oversight

Chinese marketplace platforms are capturing a significant share of the European e-commerce market, with the number of their customers in Europe rapidly increasing. In...

Changes to Polish Police Information System Legislation Required After CJEU Ruling

The CJEU ruling in case C-118/22 necessitates reconsideration of the Act on the Police of April 6, 1990, specifically concerning the regulations governing the...

Impact of the CJEU Ruling on Polish Laws Regarding Compensation Claims for Data Breaches

The ruling of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) on April 11, 2024, in case C-741/21 GP/juris GmbH has sparked discussions...

European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) Ruling on Surveillance in Poland

On May 28, 2024, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ruled on the case of Pietrzak, Bychawska-Siniarska and Others v. Poland (applications no....

Polish Data Protection Office Investigating Data Leak at Wroclaw DCG Medical Center

The case of a data leak at the Wroclaw DCG Medical Center is known to the President of the Personal Data Protection Office (UODO)....

The Concerns of the UODO on Data Processing in the Proposed Amendments to the Foreigners Act

The clarifications of regulations considering the scope of data processing while incorporating the principle of data minimization - these are the main concerns of...

EU Unveils AI Act: Regulating Emerging Technologies While Others Watch Cautiously

The AI Act, or EU act on artificial intelligence, is set to change Europe's digital landscape by categorizing AI tools according to their risk...

Every third company in Poland recorded at least one cybersecurity incident in 2023

In 2023, 66% of companies in Poland recorded at least one security breach, and 34% noticed an increase in the intensity of attempted cyber-attacks....

Challenges Posed by Rapid Technological Advancement: User Awareness and Legal Regulations

Users of different apps, systems, or devices are not always aware of whether and to what extent someone will be collecting and using data...

EU’s “Internet Constitution” Takes Hold, TikTok Faces Investigation

Since February 17th, the Act on Digital Services began to apply universally in all EU member states, including Poland. The EU regulation regulates the...

President of UODO to investigate the disclosure of information that led to suicides

The President of the Office for Personal Data Protection (UODO), Mirosław Wróblewski, has called for a close review of two high-profile cases where the...

The development of artificial intelligence under control

Member states of the European Union have approved the content of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) regulation. The approval was unanimous. According to representatives of...

European data protection authorities imposed fines worth €1.78 billion in 2023

In 2023, European regulators imposed a total of 1.78 billion euros in fines for violations of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – this...

EU Regulations in 2024: NIS2, DORA, and KSeF

The new government will have many issues to deal with that companies and institutions are waiting to be regulated. Next year, organizations will have...
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