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# Data Protection

Last year
Number of computers sent to Rehab Recycle resold instead of destroyed
Changes in laws brought about by Graham Dwyer EU Court of Justice ruling now in effect
TikTok fined £12.7 million in UK after it ‘did not do enough’ to keep under-13s off platform
House panel to vote on bill that would give Biden authority to ban TikTok in US
Canada bans TikTok on government phones and devices over data protection worries
European Commission and Council bans staff from using TikTok on official devices
Government seeks experts to ensure Mother and Baby Home redress scheme doesn't break GDPR rules
All time
Data watchdog fines Meta €265 million over GDPR breaches
DPC proposes 'range of fines' on Irish TikTok operation for its processing of children's data
Data Protection Commission warned legal costs could drain resources, document shows
Alleged excessive data gathering by Department of Social Protection being examined
Facebook gave user information to hackers who posed as law enforcement
Data watchdog issues €17 million fine against Facebook
Data Protection Commissioner launches two inquiries into TikTok
Data Protection Commission launches new investigation over Public Services Card
Government investment in DNA-collecting company Genuity Science loses value
DPC has 'reached out' to health board over new Covid-19 biobank
Denying adopted people access to their birth certs 'could re-traumatise them'
'No clear legal basis' for processing information around employee vaccine status, DPC says
Data regulator wrote repeatedly to Mother & Baby Home Commission about handling of sensitive testimony
Apache Pizza announce data breach associated with details of delivery customers
People identified in Mother and Baby Home records asked to contact Department of Children
China is setting up its own version of GDPR - but how will it work in one of the most secretive countries in the world?
Committee to hear criticisms and calls for reform of Data Protection Commission
Sinn Féin appointed officer to manage voter database only after being contacted by DPC
Australian court rules Google misled mobile users about how it gathered their location data
Four Government ministers among 65 TDs whose details are contained in leaked Facebook database
Fastway Couriers apologises after customer data from over 440,000 parcel deliveries hacked
'Needed further thinking': DPC paused Facebook's plan to expand its suicide and self-harm prevention tools
Data Protection Commissioner: Transfer of Mother and Baby Homes records to Dept could be 'high risk'
Varadkar says he was 'quite surprised' that mother and baby home testimony was destroyed
'Big rise' in complaints about domestic CCTV cameras, Data Protection Commissioner says
Minister for Justice and Irish Prison Service appeal data watchdog finding about officers' thumbprints
Selling Our Genes: Government inaction allowing private sector to take control of our DNA
Selling Our Genes: Government needs to keep ‘our national identity’ in public ownership
Facebook launches High Court challenge to DPC's order to suspend EU-US data transfers
Facebook told it can no longer send user data from EU to US
Tusla suffers 23 'high risk' data breaches - including stolen files and loss of devices - since last year
Europe's highest court rules that data protection arrangement between EU and US is invalid
Highest European court expected to rule on data privacy case today