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The European Commission presented a proposal for a “digital green certificate” that would allow people to move freely between EU member states during the pandemic. Those who have received the Covid-19 vaccination, who have received a negative test result or have recently recovered from the illness would be eligible to receive the certificate free of charge.
TikTok narrowed its search for a Dublin office down to three potential spots. Locations in...
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Twitter was threatened with legal action if owner of account used by Eoghan Harris was not disclosed
The social media company was contacted by lawyers representing a Manchester author who ‘demanded that Twitter immediately provide details of the user and profile connected with the Barbara J Pym account’
Sinn Féin bill seeks to exclude Hap from income calculations for civil legal aid
Senator Lynn Boylan says classing the housing support as income means many low-income applicants are denied free legal assistance
Total wealth of Irish households rose by €49bn in 2020
Figures released by the Central Bank indicate gross household savings increased to €7.4 billion in the last three months of the year