BSA & Galexia Global Coud Computing Scorecard (2016) - Galexia Analytics Release

2016 Rank 10. Poland - Score: 76.7 | Change from 2013 Score: +4.7 - Rank: +2

Poland has up-to-date laws for privacy, electronic signatures, electronic commerce, and cybercrime. These laws provide a good platform for promoting confidence in cloud computing and the digital economy.

Poland also has one of the most comprehensive regimes for the protection of intellectual property, including specific rules for Internet service provider (ISP) liability.

However, some gaps still exist in enforcement, and Poland has recognized that intellectual property enforcement requires greater skills and resources.

Poland promotes innovation and interoperability and has nondiscriminatory policies for government procurement.

In 2013, the Polish government released the latest approved broadband plan, which adopts the European Commission set targets for all households to have download speeds of at least 30 Mbps by 2020 and 50% of households at 100 Mbps by 2025.

Poland moved up two spots in the rankings, to tenth, based on impressive gains in both its legal and regulatory framework and information technology (IT) infrastructure.

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