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Now’s the Time to Register IE Domains

We’ve been offering .ie domain names for more than 15 years. Over that time the rules, processes and prices for IE domains have evolved considerably. Back in 2003, for example, the wholesale price was €50. To register a .ie domain name at the time was complicated, manual and slow. Fast forward to now. The retail […]

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IRELAND - CIRCA 1969: A stamp printed in Ireland issued for the 50th anniversary of Dail Eireann (1st National Parliament) shows Dail Eireann Assembly, circa 1969.

What Kind Of Government Do We Need?

An opinion piece in this weekend’s Sunday Business Post called for more Irish businesses to make their voices heard when it comes to Irish politics and government. It’s an interesting “call to arms” and prior to reading it I had been mulling over the results of this general election and how it could potentially impact […]

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Freedom Of Speech In Ireland Is A Myth

I love my country. I’m proud of it a lot of the time. But when it comes to some of this country’s legislation I feel ashamed. Irish law when it comes to “freedom of speech” is a bit of a joke. (Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer nor am I a qualified solicitor or barrister, […]

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