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The current affairs podcast presented by William Campbell (right) looks at the controversy surrounding the Public Service Card.

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Can the government just disregard findings of the Data Protection Commission because they claim to have different legal advice?

I ask data protection expert Dr Katherine O’Keefe (above left) of data consultancy Castlebridge. Our discussion refers to a twitter thread by Katherine and another by solicitor Simon McGarr.

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Earlier: I Am Not A Number, I Am A Free Man

 

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The current affairs podcast hosted by William Campbell (above right) presents a very heated debate…..

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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!

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Episode 90 (!) of the current affairs podcast presented by William Campbell (top).

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Two Harrys on this podcast- Harry Todd of the hardline pro-Brexit group Get Britain Out reacts to the potential wiping out of the Northern Ireland dairy industry, and an analysis of   of the analysis by Harry McGee (above), of the Irish Times, of the Maria Bailey Swinggat saga…

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Host William Campbell writes:

Do environmentalists have a blind spot?

Is there a carbon-free source of energy that could save us from climate change that we are ignoring irrationally?

Should Ireland embark on a programme of building a nuclear power stations?

Could they really provide a reliable stream of cheap, carbon-free, safe electricity? The Here’s How podcast investigates…

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Host William Campbell (right) meets Fergal Mulligan (left), Programme Director of the National Broadband Plan at the Department of Communications.

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I ask Fergal who’s getting a good deal from the National Broadband Plan. He says why he thinks  it’s ‘a hell of a deal for Ireland’…

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Host William Campbell (above right) meets Graham Doyle (left) Deputy Commissioner, and Head of Communications with the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner.

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Are they up to the job of tackling enormous multinational internet giants like Facebook or Broadsheet Google?

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William Campbell meets citizen journalist Rowan Croft.

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The far-right and the alt-right are making a big impression online, but Rowan Croft says that his YouTube channel, Grand Torino, is not one of them. Is he right? As Rowan says, do your own research and decide for yourself.

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The current affairs podcast hosted by journalist William Campbell (above) looks at the relationship between RTÉ and AA Roadwatch.

It’s complicated.

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Do RTÉ adhere to their own rules?

If you have mates in Montrose, can you get soft coverage and ride roughshod over the rules governing balance and fairness on our national broadcaster?

The AA’s Conor Faughnan, Ireland’s most visible industry lobbyist has spectacular access to the RTÉ airwaves.

Is this connected to the AA paying for the staff and studios to supply AA Roadwatch traffic bulletins for RTÉ radio?

And don’t the rules prohibit registered lobbyists from sponsoring programmes anyway?

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