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500,000 Credit Cards Compromised at Irish Firm

The Data Protection Commisioner, Billy Hawkes, has sent inspectors to the offices of LoyaltyBuild in Ennis, Co. Clare, after it was revealed that the credit card data of 500,000 users in Ireland and elsewhere in Europe had been stolen. Speaking on Newstalk this morning, Mr Hawkes told Pat Kenny that the criminals obtained “full credit […]

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Cookie Law [Podcast #55]

Brought to you by Blacknight it’s the technology.ie podcast, episode 55 for January 11th 2013, with Michele Neylon and Conn Ó Muíneacháin. Newspaper link debacle update.  Plus – the backlash against twitterphobia! Blacknight launches WhoOwns.it. Google might escape the FTC but EU’s gunning for them now.  (Flashback to Google ubiquity in 2006).  EU is also concerned about how companies are […]

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Taytos - as served on the Titanic, didn't you know?

Lightly Salted [Podcast #25]

Serbian tech blogger and social media marketeer, Nebojsa Radovic, aka ENIAC, joins Conn and Michele as a guest on this week’s podcast. Being the week that’s in it, we remember a former flagship of Irish technology with an unfortunate history.  Titanic has been somewhat rehabilitated by the movies in recent years, but the current fad […]

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