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# Civil Liberties

Last year
Opinion: New legislation reforming garda and oversight bodies isn't in line with best practice
Doireann Ansbro
All time
Irish Council for Civil Liberties demands that Gardaí not receive power to compel a password
Rights group ‘strongly opposed’ to gardaí being granted facial-recognition technology
Justice Committee: Govt should create strategy to address premature release of info into media
Call for lockdown protest guidelines after violence at Dublin demonstration
Cabinet approves emergency Covid-19 legislation ahead of Thursday's Dáil sitting
Lynn Ruane: I'm tabling a bill to support the voices of community and advocacy groups
Lynn Ruane
FactCheck: Who wants to get rid of the Special Criminal Court?
A 16-year-old schoolboy was arrested in Turkey for insulting the country's president
Open letter to the Taoiseach and Tánaiste: Fight Egypt's jailing of journalists
Poll: Should suspects in garda custody get more legal protection?
Civil liberties groups claim PRISM breaches international human rights
My favourite speech: Simon Harris
Poll: Should parents be given access to details of sex offenders in their area?
12-year-old girl sues school over Facebook password
Police in New South Wales granted new powers to remove face veils
Anti-Apartheid leader Kader Asmal dies aged 76
FBI to ease restrictions on agents' investigative powers
Last-minute rubberstamping of Public Service Cards scheme "a costly political stunt"