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The extent to which biometric data is captured and processed as part of the public services card programme has proved to be a contentious part of the long-running debate on the card.

The Department of Social Protection has confirmed that it carries out biometric processing and uses facial recognition technologies as part of its con(...)

The man complained to the Courts Service and the Data Protection Commissioner about what had happened.

The Courts Service was guilty of a data protection breach when it published a man’s name in a High Court judgment contrary to an order made by the jud(...)

 Bullock Harbour in  Dalkey, Co  Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A community group has launched a High Court challenge aimed at overturning An Bord Pleanála’s permission for a development at a fishing harbour in Dal(...)

An environmental group has been given leave to judicially review a decision by the Legal Aid Board to refuse to consider funding for their legal chall(...)

The case continues before the High Court

The decision to extend planning permission for a €500 million liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant beside the Shannon estuary should have not have procee(...)

Department ordered to reconsider the application in a High Court ruling by Ms Justice Mary Faherty. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Department of the Taoiseach has released records of Cabinet discussions for the first time after it lost a legal battle over the release of climat(...)

It has been known for some time that data from the newspaper group was given by its then chairman, Leslie Buckley, to a company in Wales. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The alleged data breach at Independent News & Media could have a range of complicated and potentially very expensive repercussions, according to d(...)

Reports emerged over the weekend that system back-up tapes containing data on staff at Independent News and Media (INM) may have been removed from the company and accessed by external groups. Photograph: Leah Farrell/

Employees must not lose their right to privacy at work and should be able to carry out their professional duties in the knowledge that their personal (...)

Facebook has said it was told that all parties involved in the Cambridge Analytica affair had deleted the data they gathered. Photograph: Dado Ruvic/Reuters.

What is this Cambridge Analytica/Facebook story all about? Cambridge Analytica, an associated company of the British behavioural research firm Strat(...)

Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon, who ruled that Nama  must  provide builders Michael and John O’Flynn with personal information it holds on them. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A data-protection ruling involving State assets agency Nama could force vulture funds to tell homeowners how much they paid to buy their mortgages, on(...)

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