Aaron Rogan

Aaron Rogan

Online hate speech: where will the line be drawn?

Online hate speech: where will the line be drawn?

Analysis: Social media giants are asking politicians to offer them guidance on limits

Hatred is still having its say

Hatred is still having its say

The Sunday Business Post has found that Facebook and Twitter are not acting on advice from members of an anti-racism group working with the European Commission to remove comments inciting violence and hatred against minorities

Vulnerable punters must be protected, says Flutter director

Vulnerable punters must be protected, says Flutter director

Not enough is being done to address problem online gambling, newcomer Flint warns: Governments could impose severe restrictions

Data protection budget too small for job, Dixon warns

Data protection budget too small for job, Dixon warns

Helen Dixon expressed disappointment last week after one third of the extra funding she requested was granted in Budget 2020

Social media giants fail to act on hate speech

Social media giants fail to act on hate speech

Facebook and Twitter did not act on calls from members of an anti-racism partner organisation to remove comments inciting violence and hatred

Playing For High Stakes?

Playing For High Stakes?

Paddy Power-Betfair owner Flutter’s merger with Toronto-based The Stars Group will allow the company expand into the emerging US market but with uncertainty surrounding future regulation, it’s not a guaranteed win

No excuse for having all-male board, Amryt told

No excuse for having all-male board, Amryt told

Amryt has no excuse for maintaining an all-male board of directors, a government group promoting ...

Ex-Facebook moderator: Zuckerberg is playing down trauma of content jobs

Ex-Facebook moderator: Zuckerberg is playing down trauma of content jobs

Ten workers are taking a case against the social media giant after viewing distressing material

Over €1m spent on Facebook ads during abortion referendum

Over €1m spent on Facebook ads during abortion referendum

More than €1 million was spent on Facebook advertising by campaigners during the abortion refer...

Climate protesters are targeting the wrong people say city retailers

Climate protesters are targeting the wrong people say city retailers

Environmental activists planning a week of disruption in Dublin risk alienating businesses and the public, a body representing 2,500 city centre firms has claimed

Scandals on the road to impeachment inquiry

Scandals on the road to impeachment inquiry

Donald Trump has been threatened with impeachment proceedings in the wake of several controversie...

Tech giants in diversity drive

Tech giants in diversity drive

Multinationals ‘should hire more Travellers’

RTÉ rules out selling Montrose in cutbacks

RTÉ rules out selling Montrose in cutbacks

The national broadcaster is finalising a review of all its practices with a view to cutting back its budget

Vodafone chief told Varadkar: US Huawei ban is a risk to economy

Vodafone chief told Varadkar: US Huawei ban is a risk to economy

Anne O’Leary wrote to the Taoiseach soon after the US President’s executive order banning the Chinese firm’s equipment in May

Top Quinn executives hire extra security in wake of Lunney attack

Top Quinn executives hire extra security in wake of Lunney attack

Company figures also call for Gardaí to be given resources to fully probe campaign of violence