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Poland

Publication date: 
01-Jan-2011

This country report is an evaluation of privacy and surveillance laws, policies and practices in Poland. The 2010 report was updated with the support of the European Commission's Fundamental Rights and Citizenship programme 2007-2013. Updates to the report published in the 2010 edition have been provided by Andrzej Adamski and Arkadiusz Lach of Nicolas Copernicus University, Arwid Mednis at Wierzbowski & Wspolnicy (now Wierzbowski Eversheds) and Katarzyna Szymielewicz at the Panoptykon Foundation.

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