Data protection offices need proper resources now more than ever

Key legal requirement of GDPR is that states supply resources needed to enforce this important piece of legislation | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 year ago

Two dark sides of the inner self: Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele (2007)

The Arts : Gustav Klimt is the great innovator in the battle between reality and illusion, sex and death | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 year ago

France hijacks PPE shipments bound for Italy/Spain

Row over face masks exposes threat to EU principles of free trade and collaboration | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 year ago

Coronavirus: Solicitors report surge in people seeking to make wills

New guidelines instruct solicitors to witness clients’ signatures through windows in keeping with Covid-19 precautions | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 year ago

World will need new financial system after Covid-19

We need to avoid putting current system back together with sticking plaster | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 year ago

‘Hi, I’m Rachel. I’m 25 and I’ve just lost my mum to cancer’

It’s because I’m trying to become more comfortable in myself and come to terms with the loss of Mum | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 year ago

Aggressive testing helps Italian town cut new coronavirus cases to zero

Expert urges all countries to ramp up the numbers of people being screened | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 year ago

Dutch false sense of security helped coronavirus spread

Flawed advice that only those with symptoms can spread virus contributes to slow response | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 year ago

Fed to pump trillions of dollars into financial markets

Move is dramatic response to effects of coronavirus pandemic | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 year ago

Drug dealer loses codes for €53.6m Bitcoin accounts

Cab seizes 6,000 Bitcoin but sale impossible without access codes | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 1 year ago

Irish Nonprofit Grow Remote secures €500k in funding to support remote work

Community project connects remote workers with companies looking to hire staff | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Chris Horn: We need to adopt a no-commute culture

Technology giants yet to embrace remote-working benefits of their own creations | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

China Cables: ‘The largest incarceration of a minority since the Holocaust’

Mass internment of Uighur people in camps laid bare in leaked documents | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Tech industry should not be deciding on political advertising

Democratic foundations must ensure rule of law applies online as well as in offline world | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Paris Helped Shape James Joyce

Paris gave Joyce a lens through which to see his native city as a modern urban environment | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Irish government to spend €6000 a home to bring fibre internet to rural Ireland

Rollout to 542,000 homes will transform telecoms landscape, but at a high price | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Why do so many Americans hate the welfare state?

Unthinkable: The US’s Protestant roots and Europe’s Catholic roots may help to explain contrasting attitudes to equality | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

The most-watched content on Netflix

The streaming giant’s most popular films and TV series show where it might go next | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Was it worth paying €41.7bn to bail out Irish banks?

C&AG’s annual report puts cost of post-2008 crash bailout under the microscope again | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Death from below in the world's most bombed country

The US dropped 270 million bombs on Laos during the Vietnam war. More than 40 years later, the devices are still killing people | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Irish startup Modulz raises $4.2M

Modulz has designed visual editor to build products that does not require writing code | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Molecular archaeology can reveal Newgrange’s secrets

Skeletal remains could link neolithic builders and Irish people alive today | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Ireland to be among first countries to phase out oil and gas exploration

Republic’s decision to cease fossil fuel exploration revealed by Taoiseach at UN climate summit | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Why is Greta Thunberg so triggering for certain men?

How can a 16-year-old girl in plaits, dedicated to trying to save the planet, inspire such incandescent rage? | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Richard Dawkins: ‘Brexit is now a religion

The atheist biologist has written a new book about God but what really worries him is closer to home | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

High-energy data centres not quite as clean and green as they seem

Tech industry should not be determining factor shaping collective energy future | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Early naturists rebelled against the grime of industry and the slaughter of the first World War | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Google accused of secretly feeding personal data to advertisers

Evidence submitted to the Data Protection Commission accused the US tech giant of “exploiting personal data without sufficient control or concern over data protection” | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Climate change: Ireland plans to plant 440m trees by 2040

Farm land to be used for some of the 8,000 hectares of new forestry every year | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Irish state told to delete “unlawful” data on 3.2M citizens

Data Protection Commission’s stance a serious blow to PSC project | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Who First Invented Cheese and Onion Crisps? Tayto

Tayto wasn’t the first Irish crisp maker, but its great innovation – flavour – made it a success | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Ireland can stop a no-deal Brexit. Here’s how

A bold move by Sinn Féin can transform the dynamics of power at Westminster | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

The life and tragic death of Trinity graduate and writer Sophie Hingst

The 31-year-old German blogger had denied claims that she invented 22 Holocaust victims in her family | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Irish teenager wins Google science award for microplastics project

Fionn Ferreira from Ballydehob earns €45,000 bursary at event in California | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

It's now beam me a loan, Scotty(1999)

With a flourish, the waiter in the chic little bistro presents the bill for the pricey lunch you've just had with your lawyer… | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Hundreds of Boeing aircraft could be unsafe

US aviation authority warns operators they could face crash threat from mobile phones | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Irish battery breakthrough could help save the planet

Academics find way to make batteries with 250 per cent more energy density | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Oscar Wilde’s talk inspired his rise and led to his downfall

Writer was a compelling conversationalist but it sometimes got him in trouble | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Stripe warns small firms most at risk from ‘€57bn’ EU security rule

Transaction regulation will ‘tilt playing field in favour of big companies’, Stripe says | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Words made flesh: author events are the new hot tickets

The growth of spoken-word festivals reflects our hunger for real-life experiences | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Facebook Loses [Irish] Supreme Court Appeal in Max Schrems Data Case

Data protection commissioner raised concerns about revamped data privacy agreement | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

‘A one-person newsdesk’: Predictions from an early computer age

Lost Leads: Computer news in the 1980s speculated about 'automated post' and cashless banking | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

CEO of Intercom to address staff over harassment allegations

‘In the early years of the company I demonstrated some poor judgment’ | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Microsoft users’ emails exposed in data breach

‘Limited’ number of accounts affected, technology giant says | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

A Nation of Storytellers/Tír na Scéalta: the Irish at Bologna Children's Book Fair

13 writers and illustrators reflect on Ireland’s place in the world market and pick a favourite title | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Brexit Borderlands

An Irish Times investigation into the Irish Border, explore all the crossings and read about the issues. Why was the Border front and centre of the Brexit negotiations and how Britain leaving the EU threatens 20 years of peace in Northern Ireland. | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

Teresa May Returning to EU Erroneous in a Fleet of WW2 Planes, BBC NEWS

BBC News suggests May may carry out (very) full-on attack on Brussels | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 2 years ago

‘Ancient’ stone circle in Scotland was built in 1990s

Archaeologists had been researching site until former farm owner revealed truth | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 3 years ago