# privacy - Saturday 1 March, 2014
Here’s how to get rid of it.
# privacy - Thursday 27 February, 2014
In one six-month period in 2008, the British spy agency collected webcam imagery from more than 1.8 million Yahoo user accounts around the world.
# privacy - Monday 24 February, 2014
Telegram Messenger, a messaging app that focuses on privacy, saw almost five million users sign up on Saturday after WhatsApp experienced an outage.
# privacy - Sunday 9 February, 2014
“I think it’s kind of silly that it would take the University a couple of years to get around to it. I can do it better than they can, and I can do it in a week.”
# privacy - Tuesday 28 January, 2014
European data protection reform could be introduced before the end of this year.
# privacy - Monday 27 January, 2014
Over two-thirds of people feel they have had their privacy breached, with a rise in unsolicited emails and texts.
# privacy - Tuesday 21 January, 2014
The new legislation would see companies being fined 2 per cent of their global annual turnover for breaching data protection legislation.
# privacy - Friday 17 January, 2014
The NSA will now have to seek court orders to access data on specific targets, but will continue to collect massive amounts of data.
# privacy - Thursday 16 January, 2014
The internet giant will be appealing the decision, having argued that the trial should take place in California.
Julie Gayet is seeking €50,000 in damages for the report. If she wins, Closer will have to publish the legal verdict on its cover page.
# privacy - Wednesday 15 January, 2014
The two companies behind it say that the phone will be unlocked and ready to pre-order at the end of February.
The easing of the in camera rule in Irish family courts will see many social issues come to light – many of which may have been hidden behind from the public for generations, writes Katherine Irwin.
# privacy - Tuesday 14 January, 2014
James Risen says he is willing to go to jail to protect those who gave him information.
# privacy - Friday 10 January, 2014
Hollande has reacted furiously to the allegation but did not deny it.
# privacy - Friday 3 January, 2014
When the ads you never asked to see are so invasive that they even follow you into the toilet, you have every right to take a stand against it, writes Clare Hartwieg.
# privacy - Wednesday 1 January, 2014
With an eventful year gone by, the next twelve months could see the rise of 3D printing and wearable technology.
# privacy - Friday 20 December, 2013
The company has been accused of “illegal processing of personal data” obtained from users of its many services.
# privacy - Thursday 12 December, 2013
Instagram Direct allows users to send photos and videos to up to 15 people at a time.
# privacy - Sunday 1 December, 2013
# privacy - Friday 22 November, 2013
The South African president’s home has been revamped using taxpayers money – and the government says it’s a security breach to publish any photographs of it.
# privacy - Monday 4 November, 2013
# privacy - Saturday 12 October, 2013
The social networking site says the change will not impact on privacy for users.
# privacy - Friday 4 October, 2013
The Houses of the Oireachtas keeps logs for its own staff, journalists, visitors and contractors but NOT for politicians or their staff, TheJournal.ie can reveal.
# privacy - Sunday 8 September, 2013
The camera takes a picture every 30 seconds, digitally recording your daily life. But why?
# privacy - Tuesday 27 August, 2013
In its first ever transparency report, Facebook said it received more than 25,000 requests from governments around the world about users’ information.
# privacy - Tuesday 20 August, 2013
Well, that’s one way to stop it.
# privacy - Monday 19 August, 2013
Hundreds of people have shared the images on social networking sites – gardaí are asking people to respect her privacy.
# privacy - Tuesday 13 August, 2013
The high-tech bins have been referred to the privacy watchdog in the UK.
# privacy - Thursday 1 August, 2013
# privacy - Wednesday 10 July, 2013
The wrong privacy settings allowed anyone to see internal government memos.
# privacy - Wednesday 3 July, 2013
With Snowden, Prism and national security secrets in the news, it’s clear that technology has made privacy harder to ensure. Renaat Verbruggen gives a run down of how cryptography can protect your private information.
# privacy - Monday 17 June, 2013
In a statement, Apple says authorities ask for information mostly for police reasons – finding missing kids, tracking down vulnerable people, investigating crimes and preventing suicides.
# privacy - Friday 7 June, 2013
Revelations in the US have started a privacy debate in recent days.
# privacy - Friday 26 April, 2013
What do you think?
# privacy - Wednesday 6 March, 2013
Proposals to introduce legislation to “curb” social media use are an unnecessary attack on free speech, writes Fergal Crehan.
# privacy - Thursday 7 February, 2013
Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.
# privacy - Saturday 2 February, 2013
The attackers may have gained some access to user information.
# privacy - Monday 28 January, 2013
Labour’s Phil Prendergast says the new graph search may be a breach of a citizen’s right to protect their personal data.
# privacy - Friday 21 December, 2012
An Italian appeals court acquitted three Google executives of having violated the privacy of an autistic Italian boy by failing to take down a video of him being bullied at school.
# privacy - Wednesday 12 December, 2012