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# Irish Council for Civil Liberties

This year
Updated online safety code criticised for not addressing ‘toxic and harmful’ algorithms
Rights watchdog alarmed at 'arbitrary removal' of Irish social media posts about Palestine
Last year
Trinity professor warns of racial bias in police facial tracking ahead of Oireachtas debate
Gardaí carrying out full reviews of 1971 murders of Una Lynskey and Martin Kerrigan
Court dismisses claim DPC failed to fully investigate complaint over alleged Google data breach
Walkout Wednesday: Up to 500,000 workers across the UK on strike today
All time
Civil liberties group calls on Government to restore barrister legal aid fees
Rights group ‘strongly opposed’ to gardaí being granted facial-recognition technology
Data complaint lodged against GeoDirectory for 'selling personal information' to companies
Ombudsman opens inquiry into whether EU is properly monitoring GDPR application in Ireland
Call for reform of 'inadequate' coroner system after families experience long delays in investigations
Call for lockdown protest guidelines after violence at Dublin demonstration
'No-one has been held responsible': Case of Dara Quigley to come before Oireachtas committee
Vast majority of organisations asked about the PSC said they don't benefit from using it
Facebook urges against 'punitive' fines for firms who breach Government's new online safety laws
'The public has a right to know': Is Ireland's Freedom of Information Act facing an existential crisis?
Ireland has the highest rates of some hate crimes in the EU, but no proper laws to address it
Wheelchair users and people with disabilities can now climb and abseil in Dublin
Power to shut down phone networks is 'proportionate' - watchdog
Vote for civil marriage for same-sex couples 'an historic step'
British Airways worker wins landmark religious discrimination case
Chief Justice launches guide to rights for gay couples
Ireland's abortion law under spotlight in Strasbourg
LIVE: Irish UN ambassador explains rejection of human rights suggestions
Ireland's human rights record under spotlight at the UN
Poll: Do you agree with the new homeowners self-defence law?
Transgender people will be forced to divorce to achieve recognition
Anti-Apartheid leader Kader Asmal dies aged 76
Torture watchdog slams conditions in Irish prisons
Reasonable force against intruders allowed