Facebook to create 1,000 jobs at new Dublin campus

Tech giant also announces €1m euro investment in the National Anti-Bullying Centre | Continue reading


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Google hit with €50m fine for data privacy breach

Levy is first use of GDPR introduced last year | Continue reading


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Share It is not technology that will steal your job

Other 'megatrends' will be as influential | Continue reading


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Google gets go-ahead from Central Bank for payments (Ireland)

Regulator grants authorisation for tech giant as a payment institution in the Republic | Continue reading


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Apps sending users’ data to Facebook without their consent

Some apps pass on data the second they’re opened on a smartphone | Continue reading


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Electronic spies torture German firms

Mannheim physicists Steffen Noehte and Matthias Gerspach have access to some of the most sophisticated information technology… | Continue reading


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Quora latest entry in ever-growing data breach list

Website adds 100m customers to a growing tally of those impacted by data breaches | Continue reading


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European tech entrepreneurs call for reform of employee share option

Open letter calls for policymakers to fix ‘patchy, inconsistent and punitive’ rules | Continue reading


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LinkedIn processed 18M email addresses of non-users for targeted ads

Data Protection Commissioner audit says US company acted outside its remit | Continue reading


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Northern Ireland was always treated differently to rest of UK

‘Ulster says no’ stance betrays ignorance of British and Irish history | Continue reading


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LinkedIn processed 18M email addresses of non-users for targeted advertising

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Logical Clocks Raises €1.25m for Hopsworks- Big Data AI Open-Source Platform

Investors include Dublin and London-based Frontline Ventures, Inventure and AI Seed | Continue reading


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New book suggests Arthur Conan Doyle based Moriarty on George Boole

That’s Maths: New book suggests Arthur Conan Doyle based Moriarty on George Boole | Continue reading


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Activists call for ‘total ban’ on Airbnb (activists occupied Dublin offices)

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Dogs are no smarter than goats

Pigs, pigeons and chimpanzees can remember the what, where and when of an event | Continue reading


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How do we create the right ‘environment’ for public debate?

Unthinkable: Knowledge is an ‘epistemic good’ to which everyone should have access | Continue reading


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Alan Rusbridger: guardian of the worthy news galaxy

Former Guardian editor shares his vast experience and speculates on the future of news | Continue reading


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Bitcoin sinks sharply amid concerns about slow take-up of cryptocurrencies

Bitcoin’s value fell by 10% amid reports Goldman Sachs shelves plans for a desk trading cryptocurrencies | Continue reading


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How liberalism is enslaving Ireland as a colony of Silicon Valley

Irish late catch-up with western modernity has only illusionary links with social equality | Continue reading


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AI retinal scanning offers vision of the future for care of diabetics

Technology is poised to revolutionise eye screening and role of ophthalmologists | Continue reading


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Kay McNulty, the Irish ‘mother of computer programming’

While raising seven children, she continued, uncredited, to programme computers her husband developed | Continue reading


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Pastafarianism is not a religion, Dutch court decides

Dutch judge issues ruling in case over the right to wear a collander in a passport photo | Continue reading


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Trial runs for fascism are in full flow

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Net Results: Data centres need to power down their energy requirements

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The night a river of whiskey ran through the streets of Dublin

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‘Social microbes’ critical to brain development

Absence linked to reduced sociability in people with autism spectrum disorders | Continue reading


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Babies in cages were no ‘mistake’ by Trump but test-marketing for barbarism | Continue reading


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Microsoft Research cracks the curse of the group photo

Web Log: AI can be applied to people’s faces to generate an altered yet realistic image | Continue reading


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EU’s attempt at internet copyright reform is a ridiculous own goal

Net Results: Two draconian measures will lead to mass surveillance and curb content | Continue reading


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Britain’s strawberries may wither on lack of foreign pickers

UK trade body says government inaction and weak sterling leading to shortage of seasonal workers | Continue reading


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Rome vs Greece: a little-known clash of empires

The fate of Greek city states which had aided the Roman invasion was most ironic | Continue reading


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DNA study reveals fate of Irish women taken by Vikings as slaves to Iceland

Ancient Iceland settlers had even split of Norse and Gaelic ancestry | Continue reading


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Irish Times exit poll projects Ireland has voted by landslide to repeal Eighth Amendment

Exit poll result suggests huge majority of younger people voted Yes | Continue reading


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Irish Times exit poll projects Ireland has voted by 68% to legalise abortion

Exit poll result suggests huge majority of younger people voted Yes | Continue reading


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Max Schrems files first cases under GDPR against Facebook and Google

European data protection bodies vow to work with Irish colleagues on complaints | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 3 years ago

Breaking US law by not extending GDPR rights to US citizenss

All boats may rise to EU data laws, but it could take years of fines and court challenges | Continue reading


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Elon Musk says Tesla planning ‘thorough reorganisation’

Chief executive says in email move will involve flattening management structure | Continue reading


@irishtimes.com | 3 years ago

Google abortion-vote ad ban unprecedented, so why did they do it?

Social media companies have declined to explain decisions behind move | Continue reading


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Google bans online ads on abortion referendum to preserve integrity of vote

Internet giant says move to stop taking ads on all platforms, including YouTube and AdWords, is designed to preserve integrity of vote | Continue reading


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