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#Google Ireland

# google-ireland - Friday 27 September, 2019

Dublin city residents concerned Google's planned rooftop pitch will be 'nuisance' for them

Google is planning to have the playing pitch on the roof terrace of the Boland’s Mill development.

# google-ireland - Saturday 17 August, 2019

Google unsure when updated statistics on 'delist' requests from State bodies will be published

Requests to remove content from search results can be made under ‘right to be forgotten’ regulations.

# google-ireland - Thursday 29 November, 2018

Two years after the 'double Irish' was shelved, Google used it to shift billions to Bermuda

However the search giant says it has since paid tax on the offshore profits in the US.

# google-ireland - Thursday 29 October, 2015

This is how much tax Google paid in Ireland last year

The company employed nearly 3,000 people across Ireland in 2014.

# google-ireland - Tuesday 28 April, 2015

From The Daily Edge 11 things Irish people are obsessed with the price of, according to Google Research

# google-ireland - Friday 18 July, 2014

From The Daily Edge 13 questions the world wants to know about Ireland Dear Google

13 questions the world wants to know about Ireland

And so they asked Google.

# google-ireland - Monday 24 March, 2014

And the eight-year-old Doodle 4 Google champion is...

Her work will appear on the Google Ireland homepage later this week.

# google-ireland - Thursday 16 May, 2013

Google exec grilled in UK over 'devious' use of Ireland to reduce tax

MPs suggested that more sales activities are taking place in the UK than the company is willing to admit to.

# google-ireland - Monday 18 February, 2013

75 finalists compete to have drawing displayed on Google homepage Doodle 4 Google This post contains images

75 finalists compete to have drawing displayed on Google homepage

The public vote is now open to choose a winner from doodles by school students around the country.

# google-ireland - Tuesday 22 January, 2013

# google-ireland - Monday 3 December, 2012

The 5 at 5: Monday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Google's Irish operation may be examined by UK tax investigation

The Revenue & Customs are to review Google’s returns over the last six years, in a case with Irish ramifications.

# google-ireland - Monday 10 September, 2012

Rural counties perform well in Google's first 'eCounty Awards'

26 counties have been ranked in terms of Google advertising and take-up of the Getting Irish Business Online initiative.

# google-ireland - Monday 20 August, 2012

Google offers free classes for over 50s to tackle low internet usage

More than 400 people have received training through the technology giant’s Age Engage programme it is running in the Dublin community where it is based.

# google-ireland - Wednesday 23 May, 2012

Green Party calls for corporation tax reform

The party urged the Government to close the ‘Double Irish’ loophole which it said enables companies to pay less than 12.5 per cent tax.

# google-ireland - Monday 23 January, 2012

From The Daily Edge Students compete to have doodle shown on Google Ireland homepage Google Doodle This post contains images

Students compete to have doodle shown on Google Ireland homepage

75 students from primary and secondary schools across Ireland have had their drawings chosen from almost 2,000 entries to this year’s competition.

# google-ireland - Tuesday 22 November, 2011

'Defamation by auto-complete' case resolved out of court

The High Court hears that a defamation claim by the owners of Ballymascanlon House Hotel has been withdrawn and resolved.

# google-ireland - Tuesday 8 November, 2011

Hotel owners to sue Google for auto-complete ‘defamation’

The owners of a Co Louth hotel say Google allowed the word ‘receivership’ to appear after their name – which defamed the business.

# google-ireland - Wednesday 2 November, 2011

5 at 5: Wednesday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Google set to build swimming pool for Irish staff

The search giant plans to offer the in-house facility as one of a range of perks for workers in its new Montevetro building.

The 9 at 9: Wednesday

Nine things you need to know this morning…

# google-ireland - Monday 10 October, 2011

The Daily Fix: Monday

In tonight’s Fix: The latest in the Áras race, a beauty queen takes down a mobster, and why you should NEVER bathe with live eels…

Google Ireland takes in €10.1bn - and pays €15.3m in tax

Google Ireland’s turnover increases 28 per cent – but with massive fees to its Bermuda subsidiary, its profit fell massively.

# google-ireland - Thursday 17 February, 2011

The 9 at 9: Thursday

Nine things you need to know by 9am: Manx2 “shirking its reponsibility”, lawyers for one survivor claim; NAMA closes its first big deal, and Ireland plans to turn the world green. No, not green with envy.

# google-ireland - Friday 22 October, 2010

Google orders up a 'Double Irish'

Tax loopholes mean the internet giant pays tax of just 2.4 per cent.

# google-ireland - Friday 20 August, 2010

THE IRISH RED CROSS has suspended the head of its International Department after discovering he had a part in anonymously publicising a whistleblowing blog raising concerns about how the charity was being funded.

The charity sad that entries on the ‘Governance Reform at Irish Red Cross’ blog were false and defamatory, and took court action against Google, which publishes the blog on its Blogspot service, and UPC, to have the blog closed.

The anonymous blog is obviously written by an organisation insider, who in their opening post claimed that “Irish Red Cross is now at its weakest in its 70 year history.

Sunday Times writer Mark Tighe has now explained in his blog that the charity has suspended Noel Wardick, after its action against UPC showed that he had set up an anonymous email address from which to publicise the blog.

The suspension came a month after a judge ordered UPC to reveal the owner of the IP address behind a Hotmail account used to publicise the blog to the IRC’s own staff, but could not ask Google to reveal the blog’s author because the Red Cross had mistakenly taken action against Google Ireland, which in itself has no administrative role in the Blogspot service.

Worringly for many users, however, UPC did not give Wardick any warning or indication that it was handing over his personal details the Irish Red Cross. Nor, it would appear, was Wardick given any chance to argue to the court against his details behind handed over.

Tighe also reports that an international investigation into Wardick’s behaviour is due next week.