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# Data

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With restrictions easing ahead of Christmas, what does this week's Covid-19 data tell us?
10 days into Level 3, what does this week's Covid-19 data tell us?
France slaps fines of €100 million on Google and €35 million on Amazon over advertising cookies
As Ireland reopens, what does this week's Covid-19 data tell us?
What does this week's Covid-19 data tell us as we prepare to leave Level 5?
Four weeks into Level 5, what does this week's Covid-19 data tell us?
Halfway through Level 5, what does this week's Covid-19 data tell us?
Two weeks into Level 5, what does this week's Covid-19 data tell us?
One week into Level 5, what does this week's Covid-19 data tell us?
How this week's Covid-19 data compares to last week
Data Protection Commission investigating Instagram over handling of children's personal data
Ballyjamesduff in Cavan has highest Covid-19 incidence rate, Ballyfermot-Drimnagh has highest in Dublin
Data in detail: Over 100,000 tests, 238 hospitalised cases, a rising 5-day incidence
Privacy activist Max Schrems challenges DPC probe of Facebook EU-US data transfers
US bans TikTok and WeChat, citing national security reasons
14 deaths in September, 77,000 tests, a rising 14-day incidence rate: Here's where Ireland stands as winter approaches
Facebook told it can no longer send user data from EU to US
Workers who walk or cycle to work less likely to be in receipt of illness benefit, new figures show
New data shows 2,018 Covid-19 outbreaks in private homes
Trump sets deadline for TikTok owner to sell US assets
EU launches 'in-depth' probe of Google's bid for Fitbit
HSE's contact tracing app will be wound down in 90 days if it's deemed ineffective
Climate change could put more than 60,000 homes at risk of coastal flooding by 2050
Are others really breaking the shutdown rules? Or is it just our perception?
Dr Shane Timmons
Deal with broadband providers to help students learn at home doesn't cover Zoom website
The Explainer: What does the data tell us about Ireland's fight against coronavirus?
Mobile and broadband capacity ramps up to deal with sharp surge in voice and data traffic
Supreme Court to refer Graham Dwyer data retention appeal to the EU's Court of Justice
Your crash course in... the EU's grand plans for 'technological sovereignty'
Power-hungry data centres are here to stay - what does that mean for Ireland's renewable targets?
Meet the man behind Diaceutics, the data company helping people access life-saving drugs
Analysis: How the threat of red cards could be favouring teams who offload
Facebook warned that new privacy rules could aid terrorism and child abuse
Department told to destroy documents belonging to 3.2 million citizens it kept after PSC applications
Department seeks judicial review after watchdog rules child benefit data collection unlawful
540 jobs on the way as planning permission granted for €500 million data centre in Wicklow
Facebook set for $5 billion fine in the US over privacy and data protection failings
'I refuse not to feel safe': How women feel about cycling in Dublin
Janet Horner
Supreme Court agrees to hear 'leapfrog appeal' in Graham Dwyer case
Irish users urged to download latest version of WhatsApp after phones infected with spyware through missed calls