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New light has been shed on how a dispute over the lawfulness of the Public Services Card project has soured  the relationship between the Department of Social Protection and the Data Protection Commissioner

What just happened? The Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection has published the full report of the Data Protection Commissioner’s in(...)

“We are going to consider the report and issue a full response as soon as we can,” Minister for Social Protection Regina Doherty said on Friday.  Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

The State could face costly legal action arising from the public services card (PSC) controversy, with civil society groups saying they are considerin(...)

Some of Ireland’s best-known heritage sites – such as Kilmainham Gaol, above, and Muckross House – have been told to remove visitor books due to concerns they breach EU privacy and data protection rules. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

Some of Ireland’s best known heritage sites – such as Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin Castle and Muckross House – have been ordered to remove visitor books du(...)

 Spotify will announce its results on Monday. Photograph: Reuters/Lucas Jackson/File Photo

MONDAY Results: Trinity Biotech, Alphabet, McDonald’s, Spotify. Indicators: Irish retail sales (March); euro zone loan growth and money supply (Ma(...)

 Rebecca Carter with her parents Annemaire and  Niall  following her successful High Court action. Photograph:  Gareth Chaney/Collins

A High Court judge has said situations such as that experienced by students like Rebecca Carter, whose Leaving Cert exam points were wrongly totted up(...)

  Rebecca Carter (18), of Ardcolm Drive, Castlebridge, Co Wexford, leaving court on Tuesday.  Photograph: Conor Ó Mearáin

An 18-year-old Co Wexford student, whose Leaving Cert marks were wrongly totted up by an examiner, could lose her chance of a place in a college veter(...)

The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) has applied to the High Court to appoint an investigator to look at the affairs of Independent News and Media. Photograph: Bryan Meade

Companies have an obligation to ensure they keep data safe and secure and need to have a “very good reason” to get third parties to look at data, an e(...)

Juventus’  Gianluigi Buffon  congratulates Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo at the end of the UEFA Champions League quarter-final first leg football match   in Turin in April. Photograph: AFP

New data-protection rules could have substantial implications for the movement of athletes and their personal information between sports clubs, expert(...)

The HSE’s National Integrated Medical Imaging System is used to store radiology, cardiology and other diagnostic images electronically. When images are archived, the  “<”, used in a report, was omitted and was not visible.

The Health Service Executive has said a flaw in its national imaging system for storing scans, which may result in thousands of patients requiring to (...)

Sister Catherine Ann Cesnik who was murdered in 1969: US priest Joseph Maskell, who fled to Ireland following sex abuse allegations in Baltimore,  is suspected of involvement in the unsolved murder of Sr Cesnik

The Health Service Executive is investigating the activities of US priest Joseph Maskell, who fled to Ireland following sex abuse allegations in Balti(...)

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