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Saturday 1 April 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Tagging

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# think don't tag
Anti-graffiti campaign tells kids not to 'damage their futures by damaging property'
Dublin City Council is launching a new campaign – aimed at school children – to highlight that tagging is not cool… and illegal.
# Tagging
Almost 90 complaints made about Late Late Show 'Lamb Carousel'
The segment on Friday’s showed newborn lambs hooked up to an invention and spun around.
# Algorithm
Google apologises after app mistakenly tags black people as 'Gorillas'
A Google representative said it was “appalled and genuinely sorry that this happened.”
# Crime and Punishment
Here's how many people are electronically tagged in Ireland*
*Clue: it’s not a lot.
# Your Say
Poll: Should electronic tagging of robbers and burglars be introduced?
Reports say gardaí want compulsory tagging for people with convictions for robbery and burglary who are arrested again for similar offences, in order to curb gang activity.
# Theft
ICSA calls for government action on sheep thefts
The association said there is a need for a change in the tagging system as well as a comprehensive database like that for cattle.
# Tagging
Electronic monitoring of prisoners to be introduced
The Irish Prison Service has put the contract to provide the system out to tender.