Daily Archives: June 27, 2013

To ICT, or not to ICT?

Posted on by Will Goodbody

  By Will Goodbody, Science and Technology Correspondent @willgoodbody This weekend Leaving Cert students across the country will have some thinking to do. Their exams may be over – already a fading bad dream from which they have awoken. But … Continue reading

Traces of Troika will linger long after bailout

Posted on by David Murphy

By Business Editor David Murphy Gerry Adams’s infamous expression about the IRA that “they haven’t gone away you know” is a fitting description for the role of the Troika after Ireland leaves the bailout. The spectacle of suited economists clutching … Continue reading

Looking at data protection through the prism of national security

Posted on by Will Goodbody

By Will Goodbody, Science and Technology Correspondent @willgoodbody Hands up how many people were surprised to learn that US security authorities have access to the phone records and the server traffic of the biggest telecom and internet companies in the … Continue reading

How not to tax (Phil Hogan take note)

Posted on by David Murphy

By Business Editor David Murphy They say history repeats itself for those who weren’t watching the first time. Thus there is a lesson to be learned from the larger-than-expected number of people who registered for the Local Property Tax by … Continue reading