News & Statements
Fianna Fáil and the Greens putting politics ahead of patients – Naughton
Both parties want to jeopardise plans for essential elective hospitals
Naughton brings Ireland’s proposals for Digital Safety Commissioner to International Grand Committee
The Chair of the Oireachtas Communications Committee will update international colleagues on Ireland’s proposals to legislate for a Digital Safety Commissioner at a specialist meeting in Canada this week.
Google needs to explain how election transparency rules failed to catch website targeting Maria Walsh – Naughton
Google will have to answer why they failed to uphold commitments on European election transparency after a website targeting Maria Walsh because of her sexuality was promoted through paid ads, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Naughton to attend Open Government Partnership Summit on internet safety
The Chair of the Oireachtas Communications Committee has been invited to attend the Open Government Partnership Summit in Canada later this month.
Microbeads ban on the Government’s priority legislation list – Naughton
A new Bill designed to ban microbeads has been added to the Government’s priority legislation programme, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Facebook Chief warned to protect children online by Fine Gael TD
Protecting children online has been raised as an issue of critical importance with Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg by Fine Gael TD Hildegarde Naughton.
Amazon to come before Oireachtas Communications Committee – Naughton
Amazon will have to answer questions before the Oireachtas Communications Committee, a Fine Gael TD has said.
New online safety law will protect our children – Naughton
The Government is set to introduce groundbreaking legislation to improve online safety and protect children from harmful content on the internet, providing for the regulation of social media for the first time.
Social media companies must attend international committee – Naughton
Westminster report is wake-up call to social media firms – Naughton
The Chair of the Oireachtas Communications Committee, Hildegarde Naughton, said the final report of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee in Westminster should serve as a wake-up call to social media firms.