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The World Economic Forum Davos take place this week from Tuesday to Friday. Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters

Monday Results: Netflix. Indicators: Irish wholesale prices (Dec). Tuesday Results: EasyJet, Johnson & Johnson, Mattel, Procter & Gamble. (...)

The seemingly endless increases in house prices of recent times will have concerned many homeowners ahead of a review of house valuations in November 2019 for the local property tax. Photograph: iStock

A deluge of property news this week laid bare the challenges facing the State, with firms being driven out of Dublin, planning difficulties, (...)

Part of the reason 'Father Ted' remains popular today  is that its anarchic humour has a certain timelessness.

On October 1st, 2014, thousands marched through Dublin protesting against the imposition of water charges. Many demonstrators brandished home-made pla(...)

“Micro-cheating” is infidelity for the digital age, meaning it does not involve the exchange of bodily fluids, knowing glances, or any form of physical contact. Photograph: iStock

There are worrying signs of a new puritanism creeping into relations between the genders. Last summer, a survey of over 5,000 adults for the New York (...)

''Fix us!' we demand of our TV screens, or Ryan Tubridy when we grab him by the shoulders on the street. 'Make us better!''

I fondly recall the day the algorithm chose for me a wife. It’s amazing what Facebook can do nowadays, with just your purchasing data, medical records(...)

Chief executive Mark Zuckerberg outlined the shakeup in a post on Facebook. Photograph: Jim Wilson/The New York Times

Facebook will begin to prioritise “trustworthy” news outlets on its stream of social media posts as it works to combat “sensationalism” and “misinform(...)

Facebook: the social-media company, where almost half of the illegal content was to be found, reviewed complaints in less than 24 hours in 89.3 per cent of cases. Photograph: Dado Ruvic/Reuters

The drive to take illegal hate speech offline is bearing fruit, the European Commission said on Friday. Its third monitoring survey of industry pract(...)

Facebook argued US law and various measures afford adequate protection for data privacy rights of EU citizens.  Photograph: Reuters

A High Court judge will rule later on exactly what questions and information she should put before the Court of Justice of the EU for its consideratio(...)

 A picture of Maireád Duignan’s engagement ring.

A bride-to-be has taken to social media in an attempt to recover her engagement ring stolen in a burglary at her home in Co Westmeath last Tuesday eve(...)

A total of 2,982 notifications were submitted to IT companies with 46 cases originating in Ireland

Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have stepped up the removal of online hate speech on their platforms, according to new figures from the European Commiss(...)

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