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'Deeply alarming': NI leaders condemn dissident threats against Belfast journalists

The letter was published in the Belfast Telegraph, Irish News and News Letter newspapers yesterday.

Loyalist terrorist group issues threats against two journalists in Belfast

A number of reporters working for the Sunday Life and Sunday World were visited by police officers this morning.

Former INM executive Joe Webb takes legal action against the media company

Webb, the former CEO of INM Ireland, was one of the so-called #INM19 who allegedly had their emails accessed by an external company.

INM announces closure of Citywest printing plant with over 80 job losses

The decision was taken after a continuing decline in circulation and advertising revenue in the sector.

Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

A collision at City West, Vicky Phelan on the CervicalCheck apology, and more bottled water recalls. It’s The Fix.

Pete Taylor initiates legal proceedings against Garda Commissioner

The boxing trainer has also launched court proceedings against a number of news publications.

Belgian group Mediahuis to buy Independent News and Media for €145.6m

A number of different companies had been rumoured to buy the media group.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

Ana Kriegel murder trial, Waterford acid attack and unrest in Venezuela.

Ireland warned its highly concentrated media ownership is 'single largest threat to press freedom'

Ireland ranked 15th in the 2019 Press Freedom Index.

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Union has 'grave concerns' about hard drives of INM staff 'being searched without permission'

The NUJ said it is concerned about “the threat to confidential sources of information and the privacy of INM staff”.

Former trainee priest suing Irish Independent

The man previously launched legal action against other newspapers including the Irish Times.

Independent News and Media ordered to pay legal costs as probe to begin into company affairs

Costs of the proceedings were also awarded to the ODCE against INM.

'We're not getting justice': Shane Tuohey's family kept in the dark in inquiry into his death

The 23-year-old man’s body was recovered from the River Brosna in 2002. His family believes he was murdered.

Inspectors to be appointed to investigate INM, High Court rules

The State’s corporate watchdog had first sought to appoint inspectors to Independent News and Media in March.

High noon at the High Court as judge to rule on appointing inspectors to investigate INM

The State’s corporate watchdog will finally learn if it can appoint inspectors to Independent News and Media this afternoon.

People named in affidavit about INM to be given access to redacted copies

It comes after a court ruling in favour of an agreement reached between INM and the ODCE.

INM has written to individuals who may be affected by alleged data breach at company

The letter also details former chairperson of INM Leslie Buckley’s involvement in the breach.

Judgement reserved in INM's attempt at blocking application to appoint inspectors to investigate itself

The High Court had been hearing the second day of INM’s judicial review action against the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE).

Director at INM to stand down from his role in two days' time

It was announced in April that he would leave as soon as a replacement was found.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

A row between Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil, the closure of 157 post offices and a new book about Trump had everyone talking today.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s all the news you need to know this morning.

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

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INM has lost its battle to block an application appointing High Court inspectors to the company INM

INM: ODCE inspection should be blocked because it wasn't 'fair or just', says 'extreme damage' was done to share price

The High Court has been hearing day one of Independent News and Media’s judicial review of the application by the ODCE for High Court inspectors to be appointed to the company.

INM board 'horrified' at the idea data was accessed

The company holds its AGM today.

INM to appoint external experts to review how editorial data is kept

Earlier this week, INM wrote to the individuals who may have had their data searched.

From Business ETC What we know so far about the data breach claims rocking Ireland's biggest publisher Media And Marketing

What we know so far about the data breach claims rocking Ireland's biggest publisher

Some of INM’s top journalists, its ex-chairman, and billionaire Denis O’Brien are caught up in the scandal.

Explainer: What on earth is going on at INM?

An alleged significant data breach at Independent News and Media has come into the public domain.

From Business ETC INM claims its alleged data breach happened 'under the instruction' of its ex-chairman Media And Marketing

INM claims its alleged data breach happened 'under the instruction' of its ex-chairman

A letter from the publisher was sent to those believed to have been affected by the email trawl.

Minister Denis, billionaire Denis and a media merger: Dáil seeks clarity over who knew what when

Minister Denis Naughten is to make a speech on what he told INM about the media merger being referred to the BAI.

Stephen Rae stepping down as INM group editor-in-chief

Rae was group editor-in-chief for five years.

Taoiseach to consider law to protect journalists' sources following alleged INM data breach

Micheál Martin said any violation of a journalist’s data should be a criminal offence.

Irish Independent editor 'concerned' that journalists' data may have been compromised at INM INM

Irish Independent editor 'concerned' that journalists' data may have been compromised at INM

There are now fears that journalists’ protected sources could have been compromised.

'Deeply disturbing': Press Ombudsman says reported INM data breach could 'undermine' journalism

He said that confidentiality needed to be restored quickly at the newspaper.

'I did nothing wrong': Minister defends phone call about INM merger

Pressure has been mounting on the minister today to clarify the situation, with the opposition claiming that the minister misled the Dáil.

'A fundamental malaise at the company' - Three months later, application to investigate INM finally begins at High Court INM

'A fundamental malaise at the company' - Three months later, application to investigate INM finally begins at High Court

The ODCE is seeking to appoint High Court inspectors to investigate issues concerning corporate governance at Ireland’s largest media company.

Taoiseach and Communications Minister both say alleged data breach at INM is 'concerning'

“For a democracy to function, we need an independent press,” the Taoiseach said in Galway today.

INM CEO says 'the truth will prevail' about alleged massive data breach INM

INM CEO says 'the truth will prevail' about alleged massive data breach

Details of the ODCE affidavit have leaked through media outlets.

'There’s a strange atmosphere’: INM staff on how they're coping with data breach controversy

Many journalists’ confidential sources may have been compromised.

INM data scandal widens: Just how many people had their emails accessed?

Today commentators pointed out that even people who are not connected to the media group may be impacted by the breach.

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