Facebook stops accepting foreign-funded ads about Ireland’s abortion vote

Facebook has announced it has stopped accepting ads paid for by foreign entities that are related to a referendum vote in Ireland later this month, saying it’s acting to try to prevent outsiders

Stripe will establish an engineering hub in Dublin

Stripe will open its first engineering center outside the United States in Dublin, the company told Reuters today. Dublin isn’t a surprising choice. Though the online payment processing provider is

WTF is Brexit?

At 10pm on June 23, 2016, the polls closed in the UK on a referendum on EU membership and the counting began. The next morning Europeans woke to the news that the British public had voted to leave the

Alibaba And The Cognitive Dissonance Of American Data Policy

American cyber policy makers may well rue not paying heed to Burnham. The legal interpretations they currently espouse may soon turn around to bite them in the proverbial hypocritical posterior. T

Backed By A16Z, London-Based Money Transfer Startup TransferWise Finally Launches In The U.S.

TransferWise, the London-based “P2P” money transfer startup that recently raised a further $58 million led by Andreessen Horowitz has made good on its promise to cross the pond with a full

San Francisco To Dublin, Ad Specialist Quantcast Opens EMEA Ops Center, Plans 100 Non-Engineering Jobs

Digital advertising specialist <a target="_blank" href="http://www.quantcast.com">Quantcast</a> has become the latest U.S. tech company to put down roots in Dublin. The San Francisco-headquartered com

Dropbox Follows The Tech Crowd, Opens Dublin Office — Says First European Office Will Be Hub For International Ops

Dropbox has become the latest tech company to open an office in Dublin -- land of Guinness and low corporate tax rates. Dropbox said the new office, its first in Europe, will serve as the center of th