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A new book exploring the constitutional legitimacy of law officers in the United Kingdom will be published this summer. Authored by Belfast-based legal academic Dr Conor McCormick, the book provides a detailed account of each law officer's functions and draws on that account as the basis for a conce

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Dublin solicitor Melissa Collins has been elected as president of Junior Chamber International (JCI) Dublin. JCI is the world's largest network for young leaders and entrepreneurs, connecting young people around the world who have "a passion for personal development and networking".

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Regulators in France have fined tech giants Google and Facebook €210 million over their use of "cookies", which track users online. Various tech firms have come under scrutiny over their activity in Europe, where they have already faced significant fines.

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Car adverts will be required to include a message encouraging viewers to walk or cycle instead of driving under a new French law. Under regulations coming into effect from March, all types of car adverts will have to include messages like "Think about carpooling" and "Take public transit daily", CTV

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A round-up of human rights stories from around the world. Kazakhstan president says he gave order to ‘open fire with lethal force’ | The Guardian

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The European Commission has defended Ireland's Data Protection Commission (DPC) from criticism by Dutch and German MEPs. Four MEPs – Sophie in 't Veld and Tineke Strik from the Netherlands, and Cornelia Ernst and Birgit Sippel from Germany – last month wrote to Didier Reynders, the Europ

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