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A new book on Irish data protection law, written by barrister Laura L. Keogh, has been published today to coincide with the one-year anniversary of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Data Protection Compliance: A Guide to GDPR and Irish Data Protection Law, published by Clarus Press,

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The Irish Data Protection Commissioner, Helen Dixon, will give evidence on data privacy in the digital age to a US Senate committee tomorrow morning. Ms Dixon is one of four witnesses appearing before the commerce, science and transportation committee to discuss "Consumer Perspectives: Policy Princi

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Colum Kenny, professor emeritus of communications at Dublin City University (DCU) and a qualified barrister, writes on the legal challenges posed by online privacy. Political advertising on Facebook is one of the issues that Hildegarde Naughton, James Lawless and Eamon Ryan, the three Irish members

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The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has fined Vote Leave Limited £40,000 for sending out thousands of unsolicited text messages in the run up to the 2016 EU referendum. An ICO investigation found that Vote Leave sent 196,154 text messages promoting the aims of the Leave campaign with t

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Barrister Laura L. Keogh, author of Data Protection Compliance: A Guide to GDPR and Irish Data Protection Law, writes for Irish Legal News on the Public Services Card (PSC) - which contains an individual's name, signature, PPS number, card number and facial image - and its compatibility with the EU

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A new book offering a practical guide to EU and Irish data protection law is set to be launched this April, just ahead of the anniversary of the GDPR coming into effect. Data Protection Compliance: A Guide to GDPR and Irish Data Protection Law, by Irish lawyer Laura Keogh, is designed and written to

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The State is to ask the Supreme Court to hear its appeal against a High Court ruling that sections of the Communications (Retention of Data) Act 2011 are inconsistent with EU law. Brian Murray SC, for the State, told Mr Justice Tony O'Connor it intends to apply to the top court to hear "a leapfrog a

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