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#Database

From TheJournal.ie The CSO wants to use mobile phone data to figure out tourism patterns Database

The CSO wants to use mobile phone data to figure out tourism patterns

It said that any use of such data would be “compliant with legislation… [and] would not allow the identification of individuals.”

From TheJournal.ie A database listing all charities and other non-profits' finances launches today - it could change everything Held Accountable

A database listing all charities and other non-profits' finances launches today - it could change everything

Benefacts is going live online this morning. It’s free to access and the product of 15 months of very hard work.

From TheJournal.ie New DNA database will 'close the net' on serial offenders Burglaries

New DNA database will 'close the net' on serial offenders

It’s hoped the system will help find missing people and deal with an increase in burglaries.

From TheJournal.ie Here's what happens when you search for your own name on Google Maps Google Know

Here's what happens when you search for your own name on Google Maps

And the likely reason why it presents such results.

From TheJournal.ie Minister to reconsider keeping data on school children until they're 30 Database

Minister to reconsider keeping data on school children until they're 30

The Department’s plans for a national database have come under fire.

From TheJournal.ie Department's plan to collect data on every child a 'worrying overreach of the State' Pps Numbers

Department's plan to collect data on every child a 'worrying overreach of the State'

The information could be until the child is 30.

From TheJournal.ie Do plants have any good ideas that we can steal? Growing Knowledge

Do plants have any good ideas that we can steal?

A new database developed by researchers in Trinity has amalgamated plant data from around the world.

From TheJournal.ie Database of Irish who fought with Australians during WW1 goes online Waltzing Matilda

Database of Irish who fought with Australians during WW1 goes online

The new resource comes as part of a collaboration between the Australian University of New South Wales and University College Dublin.

From TheJournal.ie Here's what's being done about people abandoning 'useless' foals Horses

Here's what's being done about people abandoning 'useless' foals

The DSPCA has started a trial where it will castrate a stallion and implant a microchip for €100.

From TheJournal.ie Government to open up new postcode database to businesses – at a cost Postcodes

Government to open up new postcode database to businesses – at a cost Exclusive

The new system will give each address, including individual apartments in one building, their own unique code.

From TheJournal.ie Shatter: DNA database strikes balance between tackling crime and respecting human rights DNA Database

Shatter: DNA database strikes balance between tackling crime and respecting human rights

The bill, once passed, is likely to see a new DNA database in operation by next year. Criminals who receive a sentence of 5 years or more will have their DNA logged.

From TheJournal.ie Polling cards to be sent to 29,000 new voters after council blunder Dublin

Polling cards to be sent to 29,000 new voters after council blunder

An out of date file was sent to the printers by mistake. It’s estimated the error will cost around €20,000 to rectify.

From TheJournal.ie Primark pledges further funds for victims of Bangladesh factory collapse Bangladesh

Primark pledges further funds for victims of Bangladesh factory collapse

The company was critical of other brands that were being supplied by the company that failed to attend a meeting in Geneva yesterday to discuss long-term compensation.

From TheJournal.ie ICSA calls for government action on sheep thefts Theft

ICSA calls for government action on sheep thefts

The association said there is a need for a change in the tagging system as well as a comprehensive database like that for cattle.

From TheJournal.ie Shatter: review into unidentified human remains in coroners' offices underway Remains

Shatter: review into unidentified human remains in coroners' offices underway

The Justice Minister says that remains found at sea are particularly difficult to identify using DNA testing.

From TheJournal.ie Dún Laoghaire stays top of Household Charge compliance table Household Charge

Dún Laoghaire stays top of Household Charge compliance table

The latest figures for a county-by-county breakdown show just over a third of homes have still not registered.

From TheJournal.ie 'Tens of thousands' of household charge warning letters sent in error Household Charge

'Tens of thousands' of household charge warning letters sent in error

The agency responsible for administering and collecting the charge says that householders who have received a letter but have paid the charge should contact them.

From TheJournal.ie Non-profit transparency database to close due to lack of funding Non-profit

Non-profit transparency database to close due to lack of funding

The database collected information and funding, salaries and spending in non-profits and charities.

From TheJournal.ie Six civil servants rapped for abusing social welfare database Civil Servants

Six civil servants rapped for abusing social welfare database

Six staff at the Department of Social Protection have been investigated since 2009 for inappropriately accessing records.