A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Mon, 11 Jan, 2021
Tue, 29 Dec, 2020
Wed, 16 Dec, 2020
Fri, 06 Nov, 2020
Wed, 16 Sep, 2020
Mon, 14 Sep, 2020
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Mon, 20 Jul, 2020
Fri, 17 Jul, 2020
49-year-old Daniel Lannon had sought damages and aggravated damages against the Minister for Social Protection for what he claims was a breach of his privacy and his data protection rights in 2014.
Thu, 21 Nov, 2019
Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon has provided information to this newspaper showing how her office had continued to publish or release details of payments to third parties, including barristers, even after the introduction of GDPR, in sharp contrast to the position taken by the Department of Finance, writes
Sat, 09 Nov, 2019
Apple boss Tim Cook has taken aim at "chaos factory" technology giants for failing to take responsibility for data breaches and privacy violations.
Mon, 17 Jun, 2019
Labour Senator Ged Nash is calling on the Data Protection Commissioner to investigate the discovery of hospital patient notes in a garden in Drogheda earlier this week.
Wed, 01 May, 2019
For opposite-sex marriages last year, the average age of brides was 34 and 36 for grooms, the highest to date.
Wed, 10 Apr, 2019
A number of patients had raised concerns after receiving a letter in the post from an organisation calling itself the Anglo American Lottery.
Thu, 04 Apr, 2019
Global economic data have continued to disappoint in early 2019. This has seen the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) lower its growth forecasts yet again for the world economy.
Tue, 19 Mar, 2019
Cork-based Strencom has announced today that it has signed cloud and connectivity deals totalling €2 million with 140 credit unions across the country.
Thu, 21 Feb, 2019
Mon, 18 Feb, 2019
Ireland has experienced the largest reduction in industrial production when compared to other European Union countries, new data shows.
Wed, 13 Feb, 2019
The State has yet to announce if it will appeal a High Court ruling in favour of Graham Dwyer which forms part of his bid to overturn his conviction for the murder of childcare worker Elaine O'Hara.
Thu, 20 Dec, 2018
To secure the digital infrastructure supply chain, we need greater transparency regarding the provenance of technological components, writes.
Thu, 29 Nov, 2018
The refusal of State agencies to publish statistics on their use of controversial surveillance powers is “in breach” of the State’s transparency duties under the law, a leading legal expert says.
Tue, 27 Nov, 2018
State agencies have made more than 1,250 disclosure requests to access people’s private online information from internet companies over the last five years, new figures show.
Mon, 26 Nov, 2018
It’s not often trades unions and employers are equally worried about an issue threatening workers’ rights. But recently, the UK’s Trades Union Congress and the main body that represents British businesses, the CBI, have both voiced concerns about the budding practice of implanting employees with microchips, writes
Fri, 23 Nov, 2018
The number of job vacancies are up in 23 counties across the country, according to the latest IrishJobs.ie index for the third quarter of this year.
Tue, 30 Oct, 2018
The only data centre in Munster has doubled in size, as part of a €6m investment that it says will be a “catalyst for Cork’s transition to 5G”, the next evolution of mobile device technology.
Thu, 11 Oct, 2018
Shortcomings in the HSE's administration of a core hospital data collection system have been identified by the State's health services watchdog.
Tue, 02 Oct, 2018
Shares in Facebook fell more than 3% as the social media company said it discovered a security breach earlier this week that affected almost 50 million accounts.
Sat, 29 Sep, 2018
A number of charities have hit out at the Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy after it was revealed today that the Department of Housing has removed 1,606 people from its official homeless figures this year.
Thu, 27 Sep, 2018
The transformation of the digital world will be in the spotlight in Washington DC next month when Irish firm, Smarttech247 brings its cybersecurity event to the heart of the US capital.
Sun, 23 Sep, 2018
Thu, 13 Sep, 2018
Around 37,000 Eir customers have been hit by a security breach after a staff laptop was stolen.
Wed, 22 Aug, 2018
Ireland is one of the most expensive countries for household electricity and gas prices in Europe, new data shows.
Tue, 07 Aug, 2018
Housing, water and fuel costs account for almost a quarter of Irish households' total expenditure, new data shows.
Tue, 31 Jul, 2018
There has been a surge in complaints and reports to the Data Protection Commissioner.
Sun, 15 Jul, 2018
According to a survey carried out one month on from the introduction of GDPR, most Irish companies say that they do not believe that it has not made any difference to their day-to-day operations.
Mon, 25 Jun, 2018
As we increasingly use social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and WhatsApp to communicate with each other, many of us are unaware of the ways in which our posts might later resurface – and get us into trouble with the law, writeand .
Fri, 22 Jun, 2018
80% of female farmers in Ireland marry other farmers, new figures reveal.
Thu, 31 May, 2018
A number of US news websites are temporarily unavailable to most European users, as new EU data protection rules come into effect.
Fri, 25 May, 2018
Data protection watchdogs may look to make an example of a large organisation if it does not comply with the major EU law being introduced this month, a legal expert has said.
Fri, 11 May, 2018
The chairman of the British parliamentary inquiry into fake news has threatened Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg with a formal summons to give evidence before the inquiry in person.
Thu, 26 Apr, 2018
The Cambridge academic at the centre of a row over the use of Facebook users’ private data has dismissed claims the information could have been used to influence voters.
Wed, 25 Apr, 2018
Tue, 24 Apr, 2018