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Sinn Féin supports calls for a government review into the health impacts of 5G rollout
Sinn Féin says it is open to talks with Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil after the next general election.
Ask an expert: Your questions about contracts, bills, and roaming charges
What is a fair-usage policy? And can you just break a contract if you’re not happy?
The five things you should know about net neutrality
The first thing is what it is.
EU approves Three takeover of O2, but ComReg is concerned
The deal brings Three’s market share to 37%, but ComReg isn’t sure it’s a good deal for the industry.
ESB will use its network to bring broadband to rural areas
The electricity provider looks set to enter the broadband market after new laws have been published by the Government.
Facebook network can predict if you'll get dumped within next 60 days
There is a formula for it, apparently.
Plan to shut down mobile phones in G8 terror event signed into law
Áras an Úachtaráin says the President has signed the Criminal Justice Bill, which allows networks to be shut down in emergencies.
President Higgins asked to sign 'mobile phone shutdown' laws early
The Government wants the new Criminal Justice Bill to be on the statute books before next week’s G8 summit.
Mobile phone networks could be shut off during G8 due to terror threats
If amendments to legislation are approved, Minister Shatter said that mobile phone companies will be able to shut down networks in areas during the G8.
Syria cuts off internet and phone networks
Authorities say the interruption is “maintenance” – but activists are accusing the Syrian regime of preparing a massacre.