A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Croom are into the Munster Club Junior Football Championship semi final after a hard fought 0-8 to 0-6 victory over Ballyduff Lower in Bruff.
Sat, 16 Nov, 2019
The Data Protection Commissioner has said she does not have enough resources to regulate multinational companies based in Ireland such as Facebook, Google, and Twitter having secured ‘significantly less’ Government funding than she had requested.
Thu, 07 Nov, 2019
One evening a couple of years back, Christy Dixon was listening to Clare FM from his home in Dublin when Joan Hanrahan played a slow-air track, ‘An Fhuinseogigín Rua’, on her show The West Wind. Dixon had learned the song going to school in Mullagh in west Clare but the memory was even more poignant because it reminded him of his time playing music with the famed Willie Clancy.
Sat, 19 Oct, 2019
An alternative method for applying for the new National Childcare Scheme online, other than the public services card, was dramatically dropped on the advice of a State body with responsibility for the card’s expansion in January 2018.
Tue, 01 Oct, 2019
The Government is goading the Data Protection Commissioner into taking it to court, mostly as a delaying tactic, says
Fri, 20 Sep, 2019
The controversy over the Public Services Card appears to be unspooling on a public relations basis, rather than a legal one, writes
Wed, 18 Sep, 2019
The Dáil has heard the case of a young woman who was propositioned by her landlord for sex in return to live rent-free in her bedsit.
Wed, 18 Sep, 2019
The Government’s policy of retaining its citizens’ personal information upon registration for a Public Services Card has no impact with regard to preventing welfare fraud, the PSC’s original purpose.
Tue, 17 Sep, 2019
By their actions shall we know them. The handling by the Government of the public service card (PSC) saga speaks volumes for how it governs.
Sat, 07 Sep, 2019
Social Protection Minister Regina Doherty's position in the Cabinet has been called into question by the Social Democrats over the public services card scandal.
Fri, 06 Sep, 2019
Public Expenditure Minister Paschal Donohoe was briefed on an interim report of an investigation by the Data Protection Commissioner into the public services card a year ago, it has emerged.
Wed, 21 Aug, 2019
"There is a certain convenience in collating a person's data like this, but it has to be balanced with a person's privacy," said Willie O'Dea.
Sun, 18 Aug, 2019
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).
Sat, 17 Aug, 2019
A video of Dublin's Grafton Street last Friday night is gaining attention for all the right reasons.
Mon, 08 Jul, 2019
Ronan O'Gara's Crusaders powered past NZ rivals the Highlanders 38-14 Friday to storm into the Super Rugby semi-finals and continue their drive to a third consecutive title.
Fri, 21 Jun, 2019
The Government has reappointed Helen Dixon as the head of its powerful Data Protection Commission for a second five-year term.
Wed, 29 May, 2019
More than 5,800 of the 6,200 complaints received by the Data Protection Commission (DPC) since the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May of last year have been deemed valid.
Sat, 25 May, 2019
Munster head coach Johann van Graan reserved special praise for his young players and the experience of scrum-half Alby Mathewson after his team survived a big scare in Newport.
Mon, 28 Jan, 2019
Investors are ditching UK property as Brexit uncertainty, rising interest rates and inflation erode house prices and office values in a market hurtling towards a potentially messy exit from the EU.
Fri, 24 Aug, 2018
Germany weren’t just shocked by Mexico on Sunday, they were just pipped by Galway too. And Roscommon.
Tue, 19 Jun, 2018
Ireland coach Noel McNamara said he has no doubt his U20s will regroup and have a crack at Georgia next Thursday despite falling to a second defeat in the World Rugby U20 Championship in France.
Mon, 04 Jun, 2018
The rise and fall of Arsène Wenger: An insider’s account of how the historic success of Arsenal’s greatest manager ultimately contained the seeds of his own downfall.
Sat, 28 Apr, 2018
Arsene Wenger’s top ten outstanding achievements.
Sat, 21 Apr, 2018
The Data Protection Commissioner is likely to start the investigation into the alleged data breach at Independent News and Media within the coming weeks, as she dismissed any potential conflict of interest in attending an event organised by the company yesterday.
Tue, 10 Apr, 2018
Classes have resumed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School for the first time since 17 students and teachers were killed by an expelled classmate with an AR-15 rifle, thrusting pupils into the centre of America's gun debate.
Wed, 28 Feb, 2018
Government departments and State bodies will be exempt from sanctions and fines for misusing someone’s personal information under new Europe-wide laws set to come into force later this year.
Fri, 02 Feb, 2018
The beginning of the year has become a treasure trove of cinematic treats for Irish movie fans. Keeping films fresh in the minds of awards-season voters often means they’re released just before Christmas in the US, so they reach our shores between the Golden Globes and the Oscars.selects the movies you really don’t want to miss
Fri, 12 Jan, 2018
Australian international Christian Lealifano salvaged a 32-32 draw for Ulster with a last minute try against the Dragons at Rodney Parade.
Sat, 02 Dec, 2017
Newport Gwent Dragons and Ulster fought out an dramatic Pro14 League draw at Rodney Parade with visiting fly-half Christian Lealiifano both hero and villain.
Fri, 01 Dec, 2017
Analysts are more optimistic than the UK government that an agreement will be reached with the EU next month to move Brexit talks on to trade, even as Theresa May’s political troubles continue to weigh on the country’s beleaguered currency.
Wed, 15 Nov, 2017
Lee Dixon insists that the Arsenal teams he played in would have “shown the door” to Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil in response to their refusal to commit to the club.
Thu, 09 Nov, 2017
It’s not every ferry from which you disembark that a king is there to meet you with a firm handshake, writes
Mon, 06 Nov, 2017
Thu, 02 Nov, 2017
Connacht paid the price for a shocking first-half display as they were beaten 21-8 by the Dragons in Newport.
Sat, 16 Sep, 2017
It took a while in coming, but this was a more than decent start to the new Guinness Pro14 season for Leo Cullen’s Leinster as they emerged deserved winners over the Dragons.
Mon, 04 Sep, 2017
If the PSC walks like a national ID card and talks like a national ID card, then guess what — it is a national ID card,.
Sat, 02 Sep, 2017
A computer hacker who disrupted access to the British Airways website for more than an hour costing the airline an estimated £100,000 was caught after he boasted about his crimes on Twitter, a court heard.
Mon, 31 Jul, 2017
New Zealander Scott Dixon walked away unscathed from this horrific crash during the Indy 500 on Sunday evening.
Tue, 30 May, 2017
Internet users will soon be able to challenge any organisations that use their browsing history to collect personal data from them.
Fri, 26 May, 2017
Kenya's Mary Keitany set a new world record to win the women's London Marathon as Daniel Wanjiru took victory in the men's race.
Sun, 23 Apr, 2017
A trio of former Arsenal stars have turned on Arsene Wenger and his players after a humiliating 5-1 Champions League thrashing at Bayern Munich.
Thu, 16 Feb, 2017
A clash between the Data Protection Commissioner and the US government over the adequacy of US legal safeguards for the data privacy rights of EU citizens has emerged at the Commercial Court.
Wed, 08 Feb, 2017
Shoplifting adds 3% to the price of products, and around Christmas, it reaches epidemic proportions.
Fri, 09 Dec, 2016