Oct 102019
 
 October 10, 2019  Posted by  Breaches, Court, Non-U.S.

Olga Cronin reports:

A senior garda who directed a team which harvested 3,500 hours worth of CCTV from premises across Dublin for an investigation into a murder plot has told a court he did not consider the Data Protection Act nor the data protection of members of the public.

Detective Sergeant Declan O’Connell was giving evidence today at the trial of Liam Brannigan, 37, from Bride Street, Dublin 8, in the Special Criminal Court.

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