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Ireland’s “Kafkesk” approach to data protection, says Shrems

Swords Today 10 Apr 2021
Austrian data protection activist Max Schrems described Ireland’s approach to protecting data on EU citizens as a waste of Irish taxpayers’ money ... “Ireland will lose its position as a major regulatory hub in the global digital economy if other member states start planning to avoid the CPD,” he said.
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Irish approach to data protection ‘Kafkaesque’, says Schrems

The Irish Times 09 Apr 2021
Austrian privacy campaigner Max Schrems has described Ireland’s approach to protecting European Union citizens’ data as a “Kafkaesque” waste of Irish taxpayers’ money ... Growing impatience by fellow regulators towards the DPC, he claims, “poses economic and reputational risks to Ireland” ... “This is an utter waste of time and resources.”.
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Irish approach to data protection ‘Kafkaesque’

The Irish Times 09 Apr 2021
Austrian privacy campaigner Max Schrems has described Ireland’s approach to protecting EU citizens’ data is a “Kafkaesque” waste of Irish taxpayers’ money ... Inside Business with Ciaran Hancock · Contradictory exchequer numbers paint a messy picture of Ireland's pandemic economy ... “This is an utter waste of time and resources.”.
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Yusa, V. Visco: News from Yellen about taxes for big global companies

Swords Today 08 Apr 2021
ROME, April 8 (askanews) – News from the United States about the imposition of taxes on large global companies ... It is in this context that Yellen’s declaration that the U.S ... This will help to avoid the financial waste that countries like Ireland, Luxembourg and the Netherlands are carrying out today ... So this is an important step ... ....
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Biochar Market Dynamics, Comprehensive Analysis, Business Growth, Prospects And Opportunities : BlackCarbon A/S� Biochar Industries ...

The Sentinel Newspaper 07 Apr 2021
The two main factors examined in this report include market revenue and market size ... BlackCarbon A/S�, Biochar Industries, Swiss Biochar GmbH, Carbon Terra GmbH, Biochar Ireland, Sunriver Biochar, Pacific Biochar Benefit Corporation, Waste to Energy Solutions Inc., Airex Energy, Carbon Gold, Clean Fuels B.V., 3R ENVIRO TECH Group ... Regional Analysis..
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When the music industry stopped Vincent Macklin found a lockdown fix

The Irish Times 06 Apr 2021
Macklin is one of 840 repairers listed on Repairmystuff.ie, an online directory helping Ireland’s consumers repair rather than replace everything from kettles to keyboards ... Every person in Ireland produces 586kg of waste a year, the sixth highest in the EU, the website points out.
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Runners collect 174 bags of roadside rubbish in pandemic clean-up

The Irish Times 06 Apr 2021
“We collected a staggering 174 bags [of rubbish] out of the ditches over a stretch of only 3km,” said Martin Baten of St Coca’s Athletic Club in Kilcock, Co Kildare ... Dirty old towns ... Council to refuse sacks in latest waste war Ireland’s throwaway culture generating increasing levels of waste, EPA finds ... “I don’t know what the problem is ... News Digests ... .
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10,000 tonnes of material put out by public for recycling is burned in Northern Ireland

Belfast Telegraph 05 Apr 2021
In a letter to Infrastructure Minister Nichola Mallon, the DUP's eight MPs said the incinerator was a "vital strategic project for the successful delivery of Northern Ireland's future waste management strategy and the immense private sector investment (£240 million) in the post-Covid recovery phase period must be welcomed".
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UK's Johnson to set out travel plans after vaccine programme takes off

Gulf Daily News 05 Apr 2021
"As we continue to make good progress on our vaccine programme and with our roadmap to cautiously easing restrictions underway, regular rapid testing is even more important to make sure those efforts are not wasted," Johnson said in a statement.
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British PM Johnson to set out travel plans after Covid-19 vaccine programme takes off

Straits Times 05 Apr 2021
"As we continue to make good progress on our vaccine programme and with our roadmap to cautiously easing restrictions underway, regular rapid testing is even more important to make sure those efforts are not wasted," Mr Johnson said in a statement.
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UK’s Johnson to set out travel plans after vaccine programme takes off

Metro USA 05 Apr 2021
“As we continue to make good progress on our vaccine programme and with our roadmap to cautiously easing restrictions underway, regular rapid testing is even more important to make sure those efforts are not wasted,” Johnson said in a statement.
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Boris Johnson to update Covid-19 roadmap, to announce plans to reopen economy

Hindustan Times 05 Apr 2021
"As we continue to make good progress on our vaccine programme and with our roadmap to cautiously easing restrictions underway, regular rapid testing is even more important to make sure those efforts are not wasted," Johnson said in a statement.
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UK PM Boris Johnson to set out travel plans after vaccine programme takes off

Indian Express 05 Apr 2021
“As we continue to make good progress on our vaccine programme and with our roadmap to cautiously easing restrictions underway, regular rapid testing is even more important to make sure those efforts are not wasted,” Johnson said in a statement.
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Nick Hammond leaves his role in charge of Celtic’s transfer business

FourFourTwo 01 Apr 2021
Celtic’s recruitment chief Nick Hammond has quit his Parkhead post to “pursue new opportunities” elsewhere ... But it proved to be mostly wasted cash with only Turnbull impressing. Ireland captain Shane Duffy arrived on another costly loan from Brighton but again it was another calamitous switch as the big centre-back suffered an alarming slump in form.
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Tomorrow’s digital cities need better connectivity – the latest news

Swords Today 31 Mar 2021
Jeff McCann of Dell Technologies talks about the importance of building a technological infrastructure to support digital cities in Ireland ... It is clear that our cities will be affected in the long run, which is why it is essential that emerging technologies reflect how our cities’ future is shaped as Ireland seeks to recover and rebuild.
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