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Polish MPs propose to penalise fake news for up to PLN 3 million

Tuesday 1 August 2017 | 13:07 CET | News
Polish MPs from the governing party PiS are working on a draft act to increase control of media, mainly private companies, reported Media2.pl. The draft aims to prevent so-called 'fake news'. One of the proposed measures is to impose a penalty for fake news amounting of up to PLN 3 million for TVs and several PLN 100,000s on internet portals, MP Dominik Tarczynski said for Radio Kielce.

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