Private investigator Michael J Gaynor was convicted of breaking the data protection act. Photograph: Courts Collins

Data Protection Commissioner to broaden inquiries to include sectors other than credit unions

Mark Furlong tells how he caught a baby thrown from a burning home on Gloucester Place off Seán MacDermott Street in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Four adults and two children treated after incident on Gloucester Place

The Data Protection Commissioner is to carry out an audit of the ESB following its investigation into the use of so-called tracing agents by credit unions.

Data Protection Commissioner to audit ESB following outcome of investigations into tracing agents

Private investigator Michael J Gaynor of Beatty Grove, Celbridge, Co Kildare pictured  in July after he appeared before the Dublin District Court on charges of breaking data protection legislation. Photograph: Collins Courts

Judge finds Michael Gaynor ‘evasive’ and ‘unconvincing’ in evidence

In the Government strategy, ehealth is described as a fully integrated digital supply chain, involving ‘high levels of automation and information sharing’. Photograph: Thinkstock

Minister for Health Leo Varadkar outlines ehealth strategy at Dublin conference

Det Sergeant James F Carroll said in his deposition that Sanjeev Chada indicated he had murdered his sons on a laneway close to an Abbey about 10km from Castlebar, Co Mayo.    Photograph: Family handout/Garda/PA Wire

Inquest hears of movements of father of Eoghan and Ruairí before they were found dead

Sanjeev Chada pictured with his sons Eoghan (10) and Ruairí (five). Photograph: Family handout/Garda/PA Wire

Jury in Castlebar returns verdicts of unlawful deaths in relation to Eoghan (10) and Ruairi (five)

Sadhbh McCarthy, director of the Centre for Irish and European Security, said the Garda Inspectorate report highlights the “vast gap” in the technological capacity of An Garda Síochána compared with their European counterparts

Security researcher says crowd-sourcing of policing tasks has led to arrest of innocent civilians

Senator John Whelan: said decision on editing podcast was “puzzling”. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Labour Senator John Whelan stands over remarks he said meant utility was ‘not fit for purpose’

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