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INM has destroyed data linked to ODCE probe

The data destruction, which took place over two days, happened while the country’s largest media group was under investigation by the ODCE

29th April, 2018
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Independent News & Media (INM) destroyed the data at the centre of investigations by the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) and the Data Protection Commissioner (DPC) two months ago.

The data destruction, which took place over two days, happened while the country’s largest media group was under investigation by the ODCE in relation to various matters including a suspected massive data breach.

In August 2017, court documents show the ODCE...

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