Sunday March 29, 2015
Unprecedented garda access to the PPS numbers of more than two million road users is being considered by a special Government taskforce, according to documents seen by RTÉ's This Week.
Wednesday March 25, 2015
Irish Water has confirmed that it plans to send out water bills to more than 1.7 million households in the full knowledge that hundreds of thousands of those bills will be incorrect.
Tuesday March 24, 2015
A case gets under way today in the European Court of Justice on the extent to which US tech giants based in Ireland, such as Facebook, Google and Microsoft, should be allowed to transfer the personal data of users to the United States.
Friday March 13, 2015
The German interior minister appears to have criticised Ireland's approach to data protection oversight by drawing comparisons with the lack of regulation leading to the banking collapse.
Tuesday March 03, 2015
European Commissioner for Agriculture Phil Hogan has said he intends to introduce legislation to ensure that farmers get a fair share of the retail price of the food they produce and to protect them from unfair practices by large retailers.
Thursday February 26, 2015
Brian O'Cathain saw off a shareholder challenge and retained his job as chief executive of Petroceltic following a lively extraordinary general meeting (EGM) in Dublin yesterday.
Tuesday February 03, 2015
Round-up of other Irish and international news stories.
Thursday January 22, 2015
Health insurance experts said the takeover of Laya by AIG is likely to take some of the pressure off Laya for more rises in premiums.
Wednesday January 21, 2015
Former minister for justice Alan Shatter has lost his appeal against a decision by the Data Protection Commissioner that he breached the Data Protection Act.
Tuesday December 02, 2014
The University of Limerick is investigating how private student data made its way onto its website.