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IRMA, Eircom and the Death of Freedom

I was brought up to be proud of my heritage. Having lived and worked outside Ireland I was never ashamed of my Irish identity. However that has changed. When private organisations like IRMA and Eircom skip the judicial process and enter into agreements that curtail free speech it makes me ashamed to carry an Irish […]

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IRMA Threatens Irish ISPs

I don’t want to get into the entire IRMA vs Eircom and IRMA vs ISPs debacle. The only reason I’m even writing this is because I’m getting a bit tired of all the “quotes” of “quotes” and other unclear and misleading things that people have been saying about ISPs over the last few weeks. To […]

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