Irish data protection authority under fire over Facebook case

By |maj 26th, 2020|Austria, data protection, Data Protection Commissioner, EU, Facebook, GDPR, Instagram, Ireland, Max Schrems, News, Whatsapp|

In an open letter, online privacy activist Max Schrems has criticised the Irish data protection commission's handling of a complaint against social media giant Facebook and called on the European Union to step in. EURACTIV Germany reports.

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GDPR enforcement held back by lack of resources, report says

By |maj 25th, 2020|Access Now, data protection, Data Protection Commissioner, EU, European Union, GDPR, Helen Dixon, Ireland, Irish Data Protection Commissioner, News|

Enforcement of EU data privacy rules is being stifled by a lack of resources across national authorities, according to a new study published today (25 May), on the second anniversary of the EU's landmark general data protection regulation (GDPR).

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Doctor Varadkar steps up to COVID-19 frontline

By |april 6th, 2020|coronavirus, COVID-19, EU, Ireland, Leo Varadkar, News|

Ireland's Prime Minister Leo Varadkar is to serve as a doctor in his country's fight against the ongoing spread of the deadly coronavirus, the leader's office announced on Sunday evening (6 March).

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Ireland to roll out voluntary phone tracker app to tackle coronavirus

By |marec 30th, 2020|coronavirus, COVID-19, Ireland, Leo Varadkar, News|

Ireland’s government is to roll out a voluntary phone-tracking app to alert users if someone they have been in contact with develops COVID-19, its health service said on Sunday, two weeks before the pandemic is expected to peak in the country.

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Six EU countries join call for 100% renewable energy scenario

By |marec 13th, 2020|2050 climate strategy, Austria, Claude Turmes, Denmark, EU long term strategy 2050, Ireland, Lithuania, Luxembourg, News, Spain|

Austria, Denmark, Ireland, Lithuania, Luxembourg and Spain have sent a joint letter to the European Commission calling for the inclusion of a 100% renewable energy scenario in long-term climate projections.

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Ireland’s St Patrick’s parades cancelled over COVID-19 concerns

By |marec 10th, 2020|coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID19, EU, Ireland, Leo Varadkar, News|

St Patrick's day festivities have been cancelled all over the Republic of Ireland, amid rising concerns over the spread of the Coronavirus outbreak, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar announced on Monday (9 March).

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Ireland’s political earthquake

By |februar 11th, 2020|Brexit, Ireland, Irish elections, News, Northern Ireland, Sinn Fein|

Sinn Féin made only one mistake: had it run multiple candidates in its strongest constituencies, it could have become the largest party in the Irish parliament by a long lead, writes Dick Roche.

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Irish nationalists Sinn Fein demand place in government after strong election showing

By |februar 10th, 2020|Fianna Fail, Fine Gael, Ireland, Irish elections, Leo Varadkar, Mary Lou McDonald, News, Northern Ireland, Sinn Fein|

Irish nationalists Sinn Fein demanded on Sunday (9 February) to be part of the next Irish government after early results indicated the left-wing party secured the most votes in an election that leader Mary Lou McDonald described as a ballot box "revolu...

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Brexit, homelessness dominate in Irish election

By |februar 6th, 2020|Ireland, Irish elections, Leo Varadkar, News, Northern Ireland|

Ireland goes to the polls on Saturday (8 February), with Prime Minister Leo Varadkar touting his successful handling of Brexit, but facing pressure over housing and healthcare.

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Google hit by Irish data protection probe

By |februar 4th, 2020|data protection, GDPR, General Data Protection Regulation, Google, Ireland, Irish Data Protection Commission, News|

The Irish Data Protection Commission has announced that they have launched a formal investigation of Google due to concerns over the way the company processes user location data.

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