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David Coleman: Teenage brawls are all too common. But parents can help their children avoid violence

Irish Independent 12 May 2021
At the weekend, another story about “out of control” teenagers causing mayhem, drinking and brawling in a Dublin suburb was reported. The word about gatherings, or news about scores that need to be settled, circulates fast on social media and often attracts large groups. It’s not just Dublin either ... Home & Property ... .
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Facebook moderators told to sing karaoke to cope with trauma of viewing graphic content

The National 12 May 2021
On Wednesday, Ireland’s Parliament became the first to hear of the plight of the social media company’s moderators. Isabelle Plunkett, of Dublin, said employees were advised to sing karaoke or paint as a way of dealing with the trauma of viewing graphic content instead of being given psychiatric support.
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Woman who allegedly shared picture of Ana Kriégel killer on Facebook is sent for trial

Irish Independent 11 May 2021
A woman has been sent for trial accused of illegally sharing a photo on social media of one of Ana Kriégel’s young murderers ... She is one of 10 people to appear in Dublin District Court over the identification on social media of Ana Kriégel’s killers in the days following their 2019 conviction.
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Stop buying ducklings, TikTokers told — you will kill them

The Times/The Sunday Times 11 May 2021
Gillian Bird, head of education and media at the animal charity, said it had received reports of ducklings being sold to young people ...
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Squarespace Announces Effectiveness of Registration Statement and Anticipated Listing Date

Daily Freeman 11 May 2021
Our suite of products enables anyone at any stage of their journey to manage their projects and businesses through websites, domains, ecommerce, marketing tools, and scheduling, along with tools for managing a social media presence with Unfold and hospitality business management via Tock ... Media.
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Squarespace Releases Financial Outlook for Second Quarter and Fiscal Year 2021

The Oneida Daily Dispatch 11 May 2021
Additionally, presence revenue consists of fixed-fee subscriptions to third-party software solutions, fixed-fee subscriptions to social media stories, and domain managed services ... Our team of more than 1,200 is headquartered in downtown New York City, with offices in Dublin, Ireland, Portland, Oregon, and Los Angeles, California ... Media.
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Twitter criticised for blocking journalists over Daniel Kinahan posts

Belfast Telegraph 10 May 2021
Former world boxing champion Barry McGuigan has described as “unbelievable” a move by Twitter to block a Belfast Telegraph journalist and our sister newspaper Sunday Life over posts that included references to Dublin crime boss Daniel Kinahan ...Mine allegedly breached ‘private media’ laws.
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Social media giants have some explaining to do

Belfast Telegraph 10 May 2021
The social media company explained that 'enforcement action' had been taken 'in error' but refused to answer further questions as to how such incidents took place ... Social media companies ...
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Brightflag Sets Standard for Legal AI, Invests 100,000 Hours in Machine Learning Model

The Salamanca Press 10 May 2021
The insights generated by Brightflag's AI have been validated and applied by hundreds of corporate legal teams while managing live legal matters ... About Brightflag ... Brightflag serves a global community of corporate legal teams and their outside counsel partners from offices in Dublin, New York, and Sydney. Media Contact ... SOURCE Brightflag ... +2 ... Technavio ... .
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How has the drugs trade reached every corner of Ireland, and who is involved?

The Irish Times 09 May 2021
Instead, it was owned by a gang barely known by the public, but is known in the media as “The Family”. The tag is a misnomer, since only two of the West Dublin gang’s leading members are related ... Convulsions followed, including a series of killings of young men in their early 20s in North Dublin – none of which were related to the Kinahan-Hutch feud.
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How the narcotics trade has reached every corner of Republic despite Covid-19

The Irish Times 08 May 2021
Instead, it was owned by a gang barely known by the public, but is known in the media as “The Family”. The tag is a misnomer, since only two of the West Dublin gang’s leading members are related ... Convulsions followed, including a series of killings of young men in their early 20s in North Dublin – none of which were related to the Kinahan-Hutch feud.
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How the narcotics trade has penetrated every corner of Republic despite Covid-19

The Irish Times 08 May 2021
Instead, it was owned by a gang barely known by the public, but is known in the media as “The Family”. The tag is a misnomer, since only two of the West Dublin gang’s leading members are related ... Convulsions followed, including a series of killings of young men in their early 20s in North Dublin – none of which were related to the Kinahan-Hutch feud.
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Trolley, tyres, mattresses and 200 golf balls dumped in Malahide estuary

Irish Independent 07 May 2021
“It can really stink at times.”. A short video clip, which has been shared on social media, also shows material being dumped from the M1 motorway bridge which spans the north county Dublin estuary, also known locally as Broadmeadow, on an unspecified date ... Dublin Eye. A weekly update on the people and stories that get Dubliners talking.
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‘I was silenced in fear’: Maria Bailey says reform needed on social media regulation

The Irish Times 07 May 2021
Ms Bailey told Newstalk Breakfast of the abuse she suffered following her controversial claim against a Dublin hotel for a fall from a swing, while welcoming proposed legislation to regulate social media platforms ... Ms Bailey said she was hoping to see reform in how social media platforms were regulated when it came to abusive comments online.
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Tradfest: The Dublin Castle Sessions - inside the new series

RTE 06 May 2021
Tradfest; The Dublin Castle Sessions feels like an indoor version of Ireland In Music ... amalgamating musicians with the support and assistance of the Dept of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media; Culture Ireland, Dublin City Council, The Office Of Public Works and Novaerus.
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