The co-founder of the betting giant Paddy Power has said the failure by the gambling industry to ...
The Data Protection Commissioner says she wants the sanctions she imposes on tech companies to have ‘precedential value’
Smartphone firm ramps up strategy to become world’s leading cloud platform in five years, as US wages diplomatic war over alleged security risks
An Irish software engineer who quit over the Pentagon contract said that managers asked her to help develop a system to keep US Department of Defense data classified on Google systems
Inquiry at ‘advanced stage’ as Facebook admits it must be held to account
Facebook only has fact-checking partners for 14 of the 24 EU languages in place ahead of next mon...
Odds are that Paschal Donohoe’s move to raise the betting tax to 2 per cent of turnover will have independent operators falling out of the running
Tech giant lobbied government to delay planning rules for data centres, which will not come into force until later this year
The group promoting an Irish exit from the EU will be able to campaign during the European electi...
In recent years, unlicensed gambling machines have spread in Dublin, contravening laws banning casino-style gaming machines such as video roulette, blackjack and poker
The German insurance giant issued a warning last month stating that Tessline Limited, which is based in Santry, is falsely claiming its products are covered by the insurer
Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan confirmed that grants to the ‘Grassroots Integration Through Football’ scheme will not be restored until his department is confident the FAI is being run properly
Howard Williams, managing director of Inis Environmental Consultants, was found last week to have 'demonstrated a lapse of judgment in not managing a conflict of interest appropriately' by the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management