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Jakub Górnicki

Jakub Górnicki is journalist and blogger. Involved in Polish projects – Sejmometr, which aims to reorganise Polish Parliament legal data. Works for Sourcefabric – Prague based organisation which creates open source software for independent and quality journalism.

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Latest posts by Jakub Górnicki

Poland: Blogs Demand Payment for Content

15 December 2009

Readers of leading Polish blogs might have been surprised to see a new welcome screen on one of their favourite websites recently: it announced that, beginning Dec. 14, 2009, access to this blog was no longer free of charge. Jakub Gornicki writes about the case.

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Poland: Creators of “Polish Rapidshare” Arrested

18 November 2009

Earlier this month, the Polish police arrested creators and owners of OdSiebie.com service. The portal, which is currently down, was a clone of Rapidshare, and since its day one in 2007, it was continuously growing in traffic. Jakub Gornicki reviews the reactions from the Polish blogosphere.

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