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What's Up :: Polish programers circumvent Putin's digital censorship

20.03.2022 14:30
A website created by a Polish group aims to counter Russian propaganda by allowing Westerners to send individual messages about the war in Ukraine to random people in Russia
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censorshippixabay.com /CCO public/ Dimitris Vetsikas

Presented by Sławek Szefs with Agnieszka Bielawska

"We were spurred into action by Russia's invasion of Ukraine. We circumvent Vladimir Putin’s digital censorship and make sure that Russian people remain connected to the world and the reality of what Russia is doing in Ukraine," reads the message from SQUAD 303 on www.1920.in 

We shall also look at how the Polish educational system plans to accomodate children of Ukrainian refugees and how will Poland's health service incorporate medical professionals from that country.

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