The State could be facing multimillion euro payouts after it was found to have illegally retained the personal data of 3.2m people in the rollout of its Public Services Card (PSC).
The Data Protection Commissioner has said its report into the legality of the government’s Public Services Card will be published shortly.
The State’s independent legal advisory body has not been requested to examine the country’s surveillance laws — eight months after the Government said it planned to do so.
Digital rights experts have called for British-style levels of oversight on the shadowy world of surveillance.
Internet search giant Google has claimed the introduction of digital literacy on the school curriculum would dramatically increase the safety of children online.
AN EU data retention directive means that mobile phone operators will soon be obliged to store message contents for between six months and two years.
MOVES to register pay-as-you-go mobile phone users were condemned as sinister and unworkable by civil liberties campaigners last night.
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