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Sunday 23 September, 2012

Column: I love RTÉ, but I don’t want an internet tax to pay for it

Is the ‘household broadcasting charge’ really the best we can do to support the Irish media, asks Paul Quigley.

Friday 4 May, 2012

Column: Ireland should buy from start-ups, not just give them cash

The Government invests more than €100m in start-ups every year, writes Paul Quigley, but they should consider buying some of their goods and services if they really want to get them off the ground.

Thursday 23 February, 2012

Why do China's leaders love visiting Shannon?

Newswhip’s Paul Quigley discovers how Shannon, Co Clare helped invent modern China.

Tuesday 7 February, 2012

Column: Old Media - don't fear New Media. Learn from it.

Newspaper man Alan Crosbie’s anti-’new media’ rhetoric smacks of a company under siege, writes Paul Quigley.

Wednesday 1 February, 2012

Column: Have you triggered the US deportation algorithm on Twitter?

Be careful what you write on social media, writes Paul Quigley. As one Irish Twitter user found out this week – someone could be watching over you…

Wednesday 25 January, 2012

Column: A response to Sean Sherlock's Drivetime interview on #SOPAIreland

Paul Quigley, founder of news story-tracking website Newswhip, analyses the arguments made by the junior minister yesterday in favour of a new online copyright law.

Thursday 19 January, 2012

Column: Will Ireland block the internet to save CDs?

Paul Quigley, co-founder of a site which tracks the sharing of news stories through social media, warns that changes in Irish legislation could shut down any site that ‘interacts’ with the internet.

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