Data victory for citizens
  • World
  • April 14, 2014, 01:00

In a far-reaching move, the European Court of Justice has struck down the European Data Retention Directive, a dramatic decision that is a vict(...)

 Former Waterford Crystal workers, at the UNITE rally outside Leinster House, calling on the government to protect the workers’ pension entitlements.Legislation is a welcome and long overdue effort  by State but will no doubt face legal challenges

Over four years after Waterford Crystal closed its doors, leaving its workers without a job or most of their pension benefits, the Government finally (...)

Lack of space, privacy and dignity. Direct provision shames Ireland. Photograph:  Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

The system for claiming asylum in Ireland is broken. Carl O’Brien’s reports in The Irish Times over the last few weeks shine a light on simply one of (...)

Irish authorities made 27 times as many requests for people’s stored phone and internet use data compared to law enforcement agencies in comparably si(...)

Seán Dunne, who has debts of $942 million, faces the possibility of being declared bankrupt in Ireland as well as in the US.

Property developer Seán Dunne will face questions before his creditors for the first time in his US bankruptcy proceedings next week, after withdrawin(...)

Bank of Ireland is pursuing judgment orders against solicitor Brian O’Donnell, his wife and two adult sons.

Bank of Ireland is pursuing judgment orders against solicitor Brian O’Donnell, his wife and two adult sons in proceedings alleging fraud agains(...)

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