New regulations for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles came into effect in Ireland on 21 December last. In this video, Oisín and Gearóid from iFly Technology summarise the regulations and their impact for users of drones and RPAS (Remotely Piloted Aerial Systems). Irish Drone & RPAS Regulation February 2016 from iFly Technology on Vimeo. HT: Paul Kelly.
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Independent Senator Feargal Quinn introduced a private members bill in Seanad Éireann last night “to regulate the use of drones having due regard for public safety, the privacy rights of individuals including rights of privacy attaching to the ownership of private property“. The Irish Times reports that the bill would make it “an offence to fly a […]
The volume of data on mobile networks in Ireland has increased by over 75% in the past year, while texting (SMS) has decreased by almost 20% in the same period according to the latest Quarterly Report by the Commission for Communications Regulation (ComReg). The Quarterly Report on the Electronic Communications market for the period (1 July to 30 […]
The Irish Data Protection Commisioner is investigating Adobe in relation to last year’s theft of source code and data from 38 million customers. PC Pro Magazine reports that this is in response to complaints from UK residents about spam being received on email accounts that had been exclusively used for Adobe registration. GigaOm points out […]
Brought to you by Blacknight it’s the technology.ie podcast, episode 53 for December 28th 2012, with Michele Neylon and Conn Ó Muíneacháin. They say nostalgia isn’t what it used to be! The ESB is certainly appealing to the Ghost of Christmas Past with the re-run of this old ad. (Ironic that upload of this podcast was delayed by a series […]