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Irish Times reports that funding for Ireland's Office of the Data Protection Commissioner has doubled. The office will now receive a total of 3.65 million euros, up from 1.89 euros in 2014. Minister of State for Data Protection Dara Murphy said the funding exemplifies the government’s willingness to protect personal data, “irrespective of the nationality of the individuals concerned.” Murphy added, “Organizations in both the public and private sectors, including government departments, state bodies, multinationals and SMEs all need to be mindful of their obligations when dealing with data entrusted to them by citizens.”
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