The Referendum Commission says new regulations should be drawn up by government.
The garda claims commentary on the video falsely accuses him of kicking a minor in the head.
Last week Google said it had fired 48 employees in the past two years as a result of sexual harassment allegations.
The measure was announced in the UK’s Budget yesterday but, with many tech giants located here, should Ireland do the same?
The company said it is taking an “increasingly hard line” against the behaviour.
Twitter's Jack Dorsey tells US Senate that platform does not operate on basis of 'political ideology'
It comes after Donald Trump accused technology firms of “censorship” and suppressing conservative voices.
Trump has claimed that news search results were “rigged” against him.
A lawsuit filed in San Francisco is accusing Google of invading people’s privacy.
The privacy issue affects some two billion Android users and hundreds of millions of iPhone users worldwide.
The Standards in Public Office said it is concerned about political interference from organisations outside of Ireland.
The fine relates to the online giant allegedly using its Android phone operating system to further its own dominance of the search engine market.
The Taoiseach made the comment as he launched the government’s new online safety strategy, which will see Facebook and Google on an advisory panel.
It offers both an ad-supported free option or an ad-free subscription service.
The company’s HR boss for Ireland talks about how the firm recruits its staff.
Despite self-regulation, anonymous Facebook accounts are still targeting voters with Eighth referendum ads
The issue of anonymous accounts posting ads in relation to the Eighth Amendment referendum has been raised repeatedly over the past number of weeks.
The ban will include ads on YouTube, and will take effect from tomorrow.
Regulators late today approved plans to develop and test the futuristic air taxis.
The tech company will require vendors to meet certain criteria to advertise on its platform.
The website has dropped Paul from two projects on its Youtube Red platform.
The complaint said some employees “were ostracised, belittled, and punished” for their views.
The Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities could allow hackers to access sensitive data on most computers.
Patches have been issued to help protect against the flaws.
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Storms, politicians and fidget spinners were among the things that dominated our online curiosity in 2017.
Google, Apple, JP Morgan, City Bank, GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer will be invited to appear before a government committee.
At least 10 ministers have called for it.
Google said it disagrees with the “central allegations”.
Company chairman Leslie Buckley said traditional publishers should ‘demand payment’ from the online duopoly.
Questions being posed internally by employees, along with some of their names, began appearing on outside websites.
US media reports have said that the employee was removed from their position after violating the company code of conduct.
Google won't have to pay €1 billion tax in France - because its Irish subsidiary is not taxable there
A French court ruled in favour of the search engine giant today.
Uber was suspicious that Google was going to launch a competing lift-sharing service.
The EU accused Google of giving its own online service, Google Shopping, too much priority over competitors.
“I feel like his game is more and more like the ‘Go god’. Really, it is brilliant,” the player said.
The internet giant has managed to contain the attack.
The search engine was bringing people to fake news.
The exec has denied he is guilty of any such behaviour.
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What is COYBIG and Ireland vs New Zealand were also popular searches.
These cars are due on the public roads early in 2017.