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Report of the Joint Committee on Justice on GDPR: Motion [Private Members] (6 Oct 2022)

Thomas Pringle: We should get EU committees to come over.

Report of the Joint Committee on Justice on GDPR: Motion [Private Members] (6 Oct 2022)

James Lawless: Exactly. We will be inviting plenty more over after this. I thank the Minister of State and all the Members who participated in this debate. I am glad I had the opportunity to have this debate tonight.

Report of the Joint Committee on Justice on GDPR: Motion [Private Members] (6 Oct 2022)

Question put and agreed to.

Report of the Joint Committee on Justice on GDPR: Motion [Private Members]: Water Services (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill 2022: Message from Select Committee (6 Oct 2022)

Water Services (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill 2022: Message from Select Committee

Report of the Joint Committee on Justice on GDPR: Motion [Private Members]: Water Services (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill 2022: Message from Select Committee (6 Oct 2022)

John Lahart: The Select Committee on Housing, Local Government and Heritage has completed its consideration of the Water Services (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill 2022 and has made amendments thereto.

Report of the Joint Committee on Justice on GDPR: Motion [Private Members]: Water Services (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill 2022: Message from Select Committee (6 Oct 2022)

Cuireadh an Dáil ar athló ar 5.58 p.m. go dtí 2 p.m., Dé Máirt, an 11 Deireadh Fómhair 2022. The Dáil adjourned at at 5.58 p.m. until 2 p.m. on Tuesday, 11 October 2022.

Report of the Joint Committee on Justice on GDPR: Motion [Private Members] (6 Oct 2022)

Anne Rabbitte: I thank the Deputies for their contributions to what has been an informative and enlightening debate, at least for me. I have learned an awful lot from listening to it and reading my scripts. As I said at the outset, I am taking this debate on behalf of the Minister for Justice, Deputy McEntee. I also extend apologies on behalf of the Minister of State, Deputy James Browne. The Data...

Report of the Joint Committee on Justice on GDPR: Motion [Private Members] (6 Oct 2022)

John Lahart: That was an acronym-filled speech. I call Deputy Lawless to conclude.

Report of the Joint Committee on Justice on GDPR: Motion [Private Members] (6 Oct 2022)

James Lawless: I thank the Minister of State. I agree with Deputy Pringle that she is a very hardworking Minister who is performing a number of duties in this House at the moment, not least her own. Well done to her on that. It is noted. I thank all Deputies who took part in the debate and the members of the committee, as well as Deputy Buckley, who I know speaks on behalf of Deputies Daly and Martin...

Report of the Joint Committee on Justice on GDPR: Motion [Private Members] (6 Oct 2022)

Pat Buckley: The motion we are considering proposes that "Dáil Éireann shall take note of the Report of the Joint Committee on Justice entitled "Report on meeting on 27th April 2021 on the topic of GDPR", copies of which were laid before Dáil Éireann on 22nd July, 2021". I will start by paying tribute to the members and staff of the committee for their work on the report. It is...

Report of the Joint Committee on Justice on GDPR: Motion [Private Members] (6 Oct 2022)

Bernard Durkan: We have three more speakers. It will be tight enough to fit all three into the time available because a maximum of 75 minutes has been allocated to the debate. I ask everybody to keep that in mind, but we will include everyone. Deputy Costello has ten minutes. I ask him to save a few minutes so we will not run over. The debate has to finish-----

Report of the Joint Committee on Justice on GDPR: Motion [Private Members] (6 Oct 2022)

Patrick Costello: Given the session is due to finish at 9 p.m.-----

Report of the Joint Committee on Justice on GDPR: Motion [Private Members] (6 Oct 2022)

Bernard Durkan: -----in 75 minutes. We might get through the debate but it is 75 minutes from start to finish.

Report of the Joint Committee on Justice on GDPR: Motion [Private Members] (6 Oct 2022)

Patrick Costello: I will be as quick as I can. I acknowledge the work of the committee secretariat in compiling this report and the support they have given committee members. It is also important to acknowledge the role of the GDPR in protecting civil rights and our fundamental freedoms. If we look at the issues of real-time bidding and the use of these things in disinformation, misinformation, the...

Report of the Joint Committee on Justice on GDPR: Motion [Private Members] (6 Oct 2022)

Bernard Durkan: There are 40 minutes left for two speakers who have five and ten minutes, and two other speakers with ten minutes each.

Report of the Joint Committee on Justice on GDPR: Motion [Private Members] (6 Oct 2022)

Thomas Pringle: I welcome the Minister of State back to the Chamber. She seems to be the Minister for the Dáil rather than anything else.

Report of the Joint Committee on Justice on GDPR: Motion [Private Members] (6 Oct 2022)

James Lawless: She is the hardest working Minister in the House.

Report of the Joint Committee on Justice on GDPR: Motion [Private Members] (6 Oct 2022)

Thomas Pringle: She is the only working Minister in the House because she is the only Minister who turns up in the House by the look of things. That is a sad reflection because this motion was tabled three weeks ago for debate in the House. There is a Minister of State in the Department of Justice, with no disrespect to the Minister of State who is present. I would put a lot of store by what this Minister...

Report of the Joint Committee on Justice on GDPR: Motion [Private Members] (6 Oct 2022)

Anne Rabbitte: I thank the Deputies for providing me with the opportunity to address the House. I am doing so on behalf of the Minister, Deputy McEntee, who sends her apologies that she cannot be here due to her attendance at the British-Irish Intergovernmental Conference. We are here to discuss the Data Protection Commission and the legislation that underpins its work, the Data Protection Act 2018. The...

Saincheisteanna Tráthúla - Topical Issue Debate: Home Care Packages (6 Oct 2022)

Anne Rabbitte: I agree there should be common sense shown in the approach to this issue. There is a middle ground that needs to be achieved, which is called neither "maximum" nor "minimum" but is just common sense. I reiterate that the service provided by the HSE operates on a person-centred, person-specific basis to fulfil patients' clinically determined needs. I assure the House there is no rationing...

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