The revelation comes after the climate emergency bill was killed off by the government last week
Paddy Power co-founder John Corcoran, who died last week, had the vision to realise the internet’s potential as a massive profit-driver for his company
Insurers blame high costs on fraudulent claims and the judicial system. Will the new Judicial Council Bill be able to cap insurance costs and stem the tide of endangered businesses?
The career regulator has proposed that the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland be part of a new body to police the internet
The revelation will increase concern about animal welfare in the sport after it was reported last week that the IGB knows up to 6,000 greyhounds are being killed each year because they are not fast enough
Doherty said that the judge’s decision to call Facebook and Twitter into the court is being “keenly” watched by the government
A “blacklist” of terms relating to Ireland’s abortion referendum which was created by YouTube staff has caused controversy after it surfaced online last week
Over 30 members of a group representing community and voluntary organisations, charities and social enterprises attended a specially convened meeting last Tuesday to discuss the threat they were facing from increased insurance premiums
Bet365 and Megan McCann settled the case for less than £200,000 last week, according to a report on a gambling trade website
Zuckerberg has been criticised for not engaging directly with the international grand committee on disinformation and ‘fake news’, which is made up of politicians from nine parliaments
Extremist right-wing groups are skilfully using social media to build an audience and stoke fears that Ireland is being overrun by non-Irish hordes. These ultra-nationalists are being aided by some unlikely bedfellows
Dublin Pride festival director Jed Dowling will be contacting the National LGBT Federation after a board member of the group questioned Google’s suitability as a 'platinum sponsor' of the event
Last June, Gary Davis was at Body and Soul Festival. This summer, the young Wicklow man, who has Asperger’s syndrome, is in a New York jail. Newly-unsealed documents show how he became a central figure in the Silk Road drug scam on the Dark Web
Businesses facing rising insurance costs believe that a group of online companies are “claims h...