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14 min ago | SiliconValley.com
U.S. law enforcement can force Microsoft to turn over emails it stores in Ireland, a judge ruled in a case that technology companies have rallied around as they pursue billions of dollars in data storage business abroad.
14 min ago | The New Zealand Herald
A District Judge says a law enforcement agency in the US is empowered to order a person or entity to produce materials, even if the information is stored outside the US.
4 hrs ago | Global Catholic Network EWTN
Sexually Abused Mother Marie Kane Says Her Family Has Found Hope Again By Staff Reporter VATICAN CITY, July 31, 2014 - Pope Francis has sent a thank you note to a 14-year-old girl in Ireland.
8 hrs ago | RTE.ie
Corporal Declan Parke captured this images of the breaching mammal while on an inspection pass of a tuna fishing vessel The "jaw-dropping" footage was taken while Cpl Murphy was on a routine maritime patrol about 150 miles west of Mizen Head.
9 hrs ago | ZDNet
US law can apply anywhere in the world, so long as a technology company has control over foreign data, a court rules.
10 hrs ago | Science, Industry and Business
In a novel integrative study led by Dr. SA©bastien Puechmaille, University of Greifswald, Germany, Prof.
14 hrs ago | RTE.ie
Bord Gis Best Newcomer of the Year Award winner Julia Kelly publishes her new novel, The Playground, in September - a family drama which sees a mother wrongly accused of causing a terrible accident.
14 hrs ago | BreakingNews.ie
Sixty-five-year-old FitzPatrick of Whitshed Road, Greystones, Co. Wicklow is charged with failing to disclose loans from another bank.
Residents living in the shadow of the massive Indaver waste-to-energy plant near Duleek fought a bitter 10-year battle against the construction of the incinerator, voicing fears that it would have a devastating impact on the local area and its people.
BUSINESSMAN Breifne O'Brien used money stolen from investors to pay for an extension to his house, a new car for his wife and the stamp duty on new properties, in a multi-million euro Ponzi scheme.
RULES OVER CFDs TO BE INTRODUCED NEXT YEAR - The Government will belatedly introduce rules to force disclosure of shares held through contracts for difference next year - five years later than first planned, reports The Irish Independent.
Irish animal protection groups are renewing their call for a total ban on live hare coursing following the latest series of shocking reports on coursing events compiled by State appointed wildlife rangers.
One of the country's biggest property developers has said he is prepared to fight to the end to prevent him from losing control of his family's company.
The jury in the trial of a man accused of murdering teenager Mariora Rostas is expected to begin deliberating on a verdict tomorrow morning after a six-week trial.
Industrial action at Limerick group of hospitals over a management consultant earning 250,000 is set to continue, after talks at the Labour Relations Commission broke down today.
According to a press release, the winning dealers and their guests earned the trip based on wholesale performance over a designated period.
Drogheda's iconic Viaduct was built nearly 160 years ago to link by rail the two largest cities on this island.
A portfolio of retail parks held by NAMA has been put on the market for a guide price of 110m.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 09:13 pm
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