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Judge Raymond Groarke said he was satisfied the crash was a genuine one. Photograph: iStock

Eight people in two cars that collided on an approach to a roundabout in north Dublin lodged personal injury claims totalling almost €500,000, the Cir(...)

WhatsApp, which has around 1.5 billion users, has been trying to find ways to stop misuse of the app.

Facebook’s WhatsApp messenger service is globally limiting the number of times a user can forward a message to five, in a bid to fight “misinformation(...)

Helen Dixon, Commissioner of the Office of Data Protection, at the Four Courts on Monday  for a Supreme Court action. Photograph: Collins Courts

Facebook’s unprecedented appeal aimed at halting a referral to the European Court of Justice (CJEU) concerning the validity of EU-US data transfer cha(...)

Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg: ‘We know that we’ll never completely stop the bad from happening, but we’re committed to putting in the work’

Facebook has announced a major investment in Ireland with a plan to create 1,000 new jobs in 2019. The jobs will be spread across its 60 teams includ(...)

An inflatable boat with 47 migrants on board being rescued by the Dutch-flagged Sea-Watch 3 off Libya’s coasts on Saturday. Photograph: Federico Scoppa/AFP

An estimated 170 migrants have been lost in the Mediterranean in two incidents involving dinghies that left from Libya and Morocco, migrant organisati(...)

The law mirrors EU-wide efforts to prevent digital giants from avoiding tax by routing profits through low-tax jurisdictions. Photograph: Getty

The Spanish government approved on Friday a draft law that would tax large companies 3 per cent of their digital revenue, bringing an estimated €1.2 b(...)

Residential property attracted significantly more capital last year with €654.3 million invested in the sector, up from €110 million the previous year.

The residential property market attracted significant investment in 2018 but it was the office market that again dominated the interest of investors. (...)

The head of cybersecurity policy at Facebook said $135,000 was spent for ads on Facebook paid for in euro, rubles, and US dollars.

Facebook has taken down two fake news campaigns linked to Russia, as it continues to grapple with misinformation on its platform. Facebook has remove(...)

It seems that “digital natives” are more savvy to this kind of content than so-called “digital immigrants”

Fake news, am I right? Seems like younger folks will believe anything; they don’t know the difference between news from a verified news source and som(...)

Flickr is a quieter place since the rise of Instagram and cloud storage

Flickr, once the most popular platform on the web for uploading images, has become a decidedly quieter place, mostly for hobbyists now that most peopl(...)

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