Tony Delaney

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Eircom, recently rebranded as Eir, has been told to pay €35,000 to charity for illegally sending marketing texts and making phone calls to customers w(...)

Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon, at the publication of her office’s annual report. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Data Protection Commissioner has said any decision to take enforcement action against a State body or other organisation where there may be breach(...)

Assistant Data Proctection Commissioner Tony Delaney  leaving the Four Courts  after a District Court appearance. Photograph: Courts Collins

A Dublin property management firm has been fined €1,000 for sending an unsolicited marketing text message offering a free cleaning service.MTS Propert(...)

Private investigator Michael J Gaynor was convicted of breaking the data protection act. Photograph: Courts Collins

The ESB has said it has implemented changes to its processes after it emerged that one of its employees had passed a huge amount of personal data bel(...)

Assistant data protection commissioner Tony Delaney: ‘very happy with the outcome’.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Two owners of a private investigations company have been convicted of deceptively obtaining personal information from the Department of Social Protect(...)

Judge Leo Malone remanded Tony Delaney on bail with conditions to appear again at Cork District Court on November 4th next for the DPP’s directions. Photograph: Getty Images

A teenager has been remanded on bail after he was charged in connection with an incident where a taxi driver was attacked and robbed and had his taxi (...)

Assistant data protection commissioner Tony Delaney is prosecuting a firm of private investigators and its two directors for allegedly obtaining personal information about individuals illegally, and with ‘connivance’ in those offences. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Two private investigators have appeared in court charged with allegedly ‘blagging’ personal information on a number of individuals from both the De(...)

Assistant data protection commissioner Tony Delaney. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A major clothing retailer had a conviction for sending spam email affirmed after it took what is believed to be the first ever such appeal agai(...)

Assistant Data Protection Commissioner Tony Delaney (l) with the Commissioner, Billy Hawkes, at Government Buildings in Dublin for the publication of the office’s annual report for 2012. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Three mobile phone companies have been fined a total of €33,000 for making unsolicited marketing contact with customers by email, text and phone. Mete(...)

Two companies have been convicted of sending spam email or text messages, including one sent to barrister and former Olympic swimmer Michelle Smith de(...)

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