According to this article Poland's senate leader has appealed to Poles living abroad to report to the authorities any statements deemed to hurt "Poland's good name":
Warsaw, Poland (AP) -- Poland's senate leader has appealed to Poles living abroad to report to the authorities any statements deemed to hurt "Poland's good name" — part of a wider campaign by the government to defend the country against what it calls historical untruth and slander.
This is confirmed by this article:
Poles living abroad have been instructed to report comments made by compatriots that could be “harmful” to Poland’s reputation, according to a report by German public broadcaster NDR.
This was eclipsed by the law that penalizes publicly and falsely attributing the crimes of Nazi Germany to the Polish nation, but in my country (Romania) had some echo because it reminded to many of the period before the fall of the communism, when a little whisper in the wrong direction could put you in jail due to "Security" paying attention to any "thought-crime".
I am wondering if there was any public reaction inside Poland to this advice.
Question: Was there any public reaction inside Poland when Poles abroad were asked to report ‘Anti-Polish’ statements?