Tony Delaney

20 results

A vet has won his High Court challenge against the decision to remove him from all temporary inspector panels after he wore a Donald Trump mask while (...)

Assistant data protection commissioner Tony Delaney said no similar data protection investigation on this scale had ever previously been undertaken in the State.

Medical staff in a hospital were given access to patient files for their research and studies without the consent of the patients concerned, a major i(...)

A special investigation by the Data Protection Commissioner into 20 hospitals throughout the State found concerns about data privacy. File photograph: Getty Images

A special investigation by the Data Protection Commissioner (DPC) into 20 hospitals throughout the State found concerns about the handling of confiden(...)

Rory Lenihan pleaded guilty to 12 sample charges of receiving payments for information while he was working at the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection in Letterkenny, Co Donegal (above). Photograph: Google street view

A former civil servant who sold the personal details of hundreds of people has been sentenced to two years in prison with the final year suspended. (...)

Virgin Media was fined €2,500 for direct marketing offences after it called a woman without her consent. Photograph: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

Internet and TV giant Virgin Media has been fined a total of €2,500 for making repeated unwanted marketing phone calls to a woman. The Data Protectio(...)

Court hears information came from the Department of Social Protection

Two Garda brothers and a civil servant passed confidential information on to a private detective agency, a court heard on Monday. Private investigat(...)

Dr Declan Gill wore a Donald Trump mask to work at the Rosderra Irish Meats plant in Roscrea, Co Tipperary, ‘as a joke’ the day after the US president’s election

A vet was removed from inspection duties by the Department of Agriculture after he wore a Donald Trump mask to work “as a joke” the day after the US p(...)

A private investigation firm and its two directors are being prosecuted for allegedly obtaining personal information from gardaí and Department of Social Welfare officials.

Gardaí and social welfare officials allegedly leaked the personal details of more than 30 people to a private investigator who was checking out injury(...)

The judge said if Shop Direct paid €5,000 to Pieta House suicide prevention charity he would strike out the charge. Regarding The Irish Times Ltd, he told the company to pay €3,000 to Pieta House. Photograph: The Irish Times

Two companies have been ordered to pay sums of money to charity in lieu of convictions after they were prosecuted for email marketing offences. The (...)

Yourtel has been fined €5,000 for making unsolicited calls asking people to switch from different providers.

A telecoms company has been fined €5,000 for making repeated unsolicited telephone calls to two homes, including to an elderly couple, urging them to (...)

  • 1
  • 2
  • Next
  • Last »