Oisin Byrne – Children’s use of the Internet in Ireland

May 30, 2014

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iReach Insights is full Market Research Agency supporting all research methodologies. According to Oisin Byrne – Managing Director –  iReach is the only Research Agency in Ireland that owns  Research Panels, one for Business Decisions and one for Consumer Decisions and does not share this panel with any 3rd Parties or other Agencies. iReach has built a Nationally Representative Consumer Panel with 30,000 opt-ins mirroring CSO demographics and 8,500 Business Decision Makers.

Oisin Byrne revealed the results of iReach Nationwide Public Survey concerning Parental Attitudes to (more…)

Zero Tolerance to Child Sexual Abuse Online

May 28, 2014

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ISPAI Hotline.ie 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…)

Coming Soon – ISPAI Hotline.ie Annual Report, covering January – December 2013

May 26, 2014

To mark the publication of Hotline.ie’s Annual Report covering January – December 2013, Internet Service Providers Association of Ireland is going to hold on 28th May 2014 the event “Zero Tolerance to Child Sexual Abuse Online” a meeting that will address national and international efforts of combating Child Sexual Abuse Online.

 

Keynote Speaker: Frances Fitzgerald T.D., Minister for Justice and Equality

Guest Speaker: Russell Chadwick, Executive Director at International Association of Internet Hotlines – INHOPE

Guest Speaker: Oisin Byrne, Managing Director at iReach Market Research

 

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Data Retention Directive Invalid! – European Court Rules

April 8, 2014

Data Rentention Directive’s days numbered?

08 April 2014: Today’s ruling in the Court of Justice of the European Union was in essence due to a referral to it by the High Court (2012) and the Austrian Constitutional Court on whether or not the Directive was incompatible with the Charter of Fundamental Rights. (more…)