Archive for the ‘Internet Safety’ Category Press Release “Social engagement – primary reason for Irish Adults to go Online daily”

July 9, 2014

The full Press Release is available here.


Frivolities aside, whether daily, weekly or monthly activities, these have one thing in common: our Personal Data.

Whereas we all realise that banking PINs and transactions are Personal Data and we’re pretty careful not to disclose that information, users are often oblivious to the Personal Data they are potentially sharing when (more…)

Adult Pornography no longer no.1 concern of Irish Parents regarding children’s use of the Internet

June 25, 2014

A recent Nationwide Survey commissioned by has found that Irish parents ranked “exposure to dangerous people” as their number one concern regarding children’s use of the Internet.

Similar research conducted 13 years ago, in 2001, for the Government’s Internet Advisory Board, showed access to adult pornography as the top concern. Not only has adult pornography dropped to 2nd place but (more…)

Zero Tolerance to Child Sexual Abuse Online

May 28, 2014


ISPAI Annual Report covering January to December 2013 was made public, today, 28th May during the event “Zero Tolerance to Child Sexual Abuse Online”.

The Opening Address was given by the Minister for Justice and Equality, Frances Fitzgerald T.D. In her introduction the Minister pointed out (more…)