Public Seminar on personal safety, privacy, and, reputation, including cyber-bullying

By liam, Tuesday, 24th March 2015 | 0 comments
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Public Seminar


Cyber Crime affecting personal safety, privacy, and reputation, including cyber-bullying

Wednesday 22 April 2015

at 2pm to 6pm

President’s Hall, Law Society of Ireland, Dublin 7

CPD points will be awarded for attendance

Sir Michael Tugendhat, the retired senior media judge of the English High Court, Mary Aiken, Professor and Director at the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland Cyber Psychology Research Centre, Dr. Brian O'Neill, Chairperson of the Internet Content Governance Advisory Group, Fergal Crehan, Barrister-at-Law, Michael McDowell, Senior Counsel, Jennifer Schweppe, Lecturer in law at the University of Limerick, Sinéad McSweeney, Senior Director of Public Policy for Europe, the Middle East and Africa at Twitter, Ian Power, Executive Director at, Detective Sergeant Jennifer Molony, Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Investigation Unit, An Garda Síochána.

At this seminar the Law Reform Commission is seeking your views on its Issues Paper on personal safety, privacy and reputation, including cyber-bullying available at:

Written submissions can be sent to

RSVP (Acceptance only) – or call on 637-7600