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# Internet

This year
Nearly one in three parents concerned about risk of child being groomed online
Last year
Author: 'There is a magic to literary translation, it matters'
Carolina Schutti
Extract: 'Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover shows we badly need a new future for social media'
Aoife Barry
Almost 1 million doses of illegal and counterfeit medicine seized by HPRA in 2022
All time
US moves to help Iranians access internet as protesters continue to rally after woman’s death
The Explainer: Is the internet bad for our brains?
Thousands knocked offline in Europe in apparent cyber attack
Tonga’s internet finally restored five weeks after volcanic eruption and tsunami
Open Thread: How would you 'fix' the internet?
Explainer: Some of the world's best known websites went down today - why?
Major media and government websites live again after outage across several countries
Trump pulls his own blog from the internet after 29 days
Increasing majority of children aged 8-12 use social media, according to new survey
YouTube suspends Trump’s account due to concerns about 'ongoing potential for violence'
Opinion: 'The children I meet are often shattered by their social media use'
Stella O'Malley
From 'two TV' households to ubiquitous smartphones: How Irish media habits have changed this decade
Government spends more than €25m on consultancy fees for National Broadband Plan
Three promises to refund customers after credit is taken from accounts
The group behind entertainment site LADBible is opening an Irish hub
Online celebrity Grumpy Cat dies aged 7
Poll: Should the government spend €3bn on the National Broadband Plan?
Poll: Do you use the same password for all your online accounts?
Government set to decide whether to sign off on €3bn National Broadband Plan
Victim of 'Irish Sluts' Reddit page says she felt 'physically sick' when she saw her photos online
Addresses in 11 counties searched as part of investigation into child sexual abuse images
80% of 8 to 10-year-olds own a device capable of accessing the internet, and 40% are talking to strangers online
Vietnam criticised for new law cracking down on anti-State content online
32% of Irish children are talking to strangers online every week
The department claims it remains on track but what's happening with the National Broadband Plan?
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom suffers setback in his fight against extradition to the US
'I'm watching her games on the internet... We'll be texting each other'
Yanny or Laurel? What do you hear in the internet's latest mind-melting debate
Poll: Do you agree with someone sharing photos of their children online?
With 'vulnerable' children contacting strangers, government launches 'internet safety resource' for schools
Child porn: Gardaí seize 'tens of thousands' of images in 31 searches
Varadkar says children need to be protected from predators online
The National Broadband Plan hangs in the balance as Eir 'reluctantly' quits the project
Buzzfeed has joined forces with a massive Beijing firm to bring its content to China
Denis Naughten says banning children from the internet 'isn't practical'
Amazon's grand plans for its new Dublin data centre could use as much power as a city