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Tuesday 5 December 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# Disconnected

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Eir 'working to resolve issue' as mobile and broadband remains down for customers across the country
The company has acknowledged the problem but has not given a timeline for a return to full service.
Explainer: How dinners with a US telecoms millionaire cost Denis Naughten his job
Naughten resigned as Communications Minister earlier today.
'It's not social to be on social media': The Irishman moving off-the-grid for a happier life
An RTÉ documentary airing tonight explores how much our digital fingerprint is telling the world about us.
There are 167 garda stations with no access to the Pulse system
The Tánaiste said the force’s new modernisation and renewal programme includes the enhancement of rural access to the network.
'We're a first-world country with third or fourth-world infrastructure'
With the National Broadband Plan being delayed until 2022, the need for high-speed internet in places like Donegal only grows
Yahoo to axe Facebook and Google sign-in option from its services
The company will now require people to log in using Yahoo’s own ID service instead of using their Facebook or Google account.
'Digital retreats' offered to internet burnouts
Even the Westin Hotel in Dublin offers visitors a ‘detox pack’ in return for their smartphones and tablets for their stay.
Govt promises no disconnections this winter
The Society of St Vincent de Paul has welcomed comments by Minister Pat Rabbitte that households will not have their heating and electricity disconnected this winter.
75-year-old Georgian woman cuts off Armenia's internet access
A pensioner looking for scrap metal slices through a fibre optic cable – knocking out Armenia’s internet for five hours.