Wednesday January 22, 2020

De Valera publishing empire falls at the feet of GDPR

Thom’s, a residential and commercial directory, has been placed in voluntary liquidation by its owners.

24th March, 2019
Eamon de Valera, grandson of the former taoiseach and president

The remaining business in the publishing company founded by former taoiseach Eamon de Valera has been closed due to General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) legislation.

Thom’s, a residential and commercial directory, has been placed in voluntary liquidation by its owners. The director of the company, Eamon de Valera, grandson of the former taoiseach and president, wrote to customers last week to inform them of the closure of the business.

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