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Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection Regina Doherty (left) and Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon
UPDATE: Welfare has removed the pdf from its website. We managed to save it here.
More as we read it.
Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection Regina Doherty has said her department will not comply with any of the directions from the Data Protection Commissioner
on its public services card projecthttps://t.co/HngNd0D79u
— The Irish Times (@IrishTimes) September 17, 2019
This is incredibly disingenuous of the Dept. Their ‘quick guide’ to Data Protection Commissioner report on illegal use of the public service card is anything but a ‘quick guide’. They should change terminology used immediately to call it what it is: https://t.co/NRfjGPmk3B
— Ken Foxe (@kenfoxe) September 17, 2019
The myVolts Dublin Gear Swap at Culture Night 2019.
myvolts founder Luke Brennan (him off the telly) writes:
Got music gear gathering dust? Bring it to the myVolts Gear Swap! Eurorack, synths, effects pedals, MIDI controllers, drum machines, audio interfaces – it’s all welcome, at The Ampitheatre, Wood Quay, Dublin at 5pm to 9pm.
Stop by, have a gear chat, swap away, AND pick up some freebies.
Alleviate your Gear Acquisition Syndrome guilt at the friendliest environmentally-friendly event of Culture Night, with myVolts!
The current affairs podcast hosted by William Campbell (above right) presents a very heated debate…..
If Farage, Rees-Mogg and Johnson are opportunists, who or what gave them their opportunity?
This week’s show involves a tense conversation about the quality of democracy in the EU with leading pro-European academic Brigid Laffan (above right)…
Includes: Pee Flynn!
Last night, in the US.
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer made his debut on Dancing With The Stars.