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Industry Self-Regulation in Ireland


Currently in Ireland the Internet Service Providers (ISPs) operate under a self-regulatory format in relation to illegal and harmful content on the Internet, based on an Industry Code of Practice and Ethics which is overseen by the Government. The Office for Internet Safety has primary oversight responsibility in respect to reviewing and ensuring the appropriate operation of the Code and the wider self-regulatory system.

In this section find out more about:

Who is Responsible?

How does Self-Regulation Work?

Mobile Phone Industry

Tackling Child Pornography


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