Facebook whistleblower says Irish regulators need more resources
Frances Haugen, who has raised concerns about ‘extreme pressure’ being put on Ireland by tech companies based here, spoke last week to Minister of State Robert Troy about the issue
Frances Haugen, the Facebook whistleblower, has raised the need for Irish regulators dealing with big tech to be properly resourced.
Haugen made the comments in a meeting with Robert Troy, the Minister of State for the digital sector.
Troy has fought for Ireland to be the lead regulator for the technology companies headquartered here, with responsibility for monitoring illegal content, digital advertising and disinformation, under landmark new EU laws.
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