As a kid I was always confused by rouge trooper being blue. I assumed he should be red.
11 posts • joined 2 Jul 2014
They very much do force privatisation, I live in Ireland and the introduction of water meters here has been very contentious. The latest missive from the company Irish Water is that if they don't do as ordered by the troika there will be fines and court cases.
Sovereignty went out the window with the EU.
what about the guy in the class action suite, 12 years left the company, but his personal data is still on file. under EU data protection legislation data can only be kept for as long as it is required. Why were they holding his personal information for so long? He should take them to the cleaners, he should have been purged from the systems years ago. How many of us could also be affected by companies that we used to work for? I know my old company never purged this from the HR systems either.
I wouldn't hold out much hope of the Irish being able to do much, here is their rather tiny office that is already a source of much mirth here in Ireland. A toothless watchdog in a very small kennel if ever there was one. the remit from central government seems to be don't bite the hand that feeds it (large tech companies), that don't much pay much tax, but hey that's another story.
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