The company plans to invest a further €15m into the Blanchardstown site, which develops drugs for treating patients with rare and life-limiting conditions.
Read more: Pharma firm Ipsen upgrades Dublin site with €52m investment
A lawsuit in California claims that Meta is unlawfully collecting user data after discovering a workaround to Apple’s privacy policies.
Read more: Meta sued for allegedly finding loophole to Apple’s privacy settings
Half of respondents in a Pure Telecom survey reported cancelling their streaming and TV subscriptions in the last 12 months.
Read more: Online tools are helping curb the rising cost of living, survey finds
Known as Beyond the Screen, Haugen’s initiative will bring together experts to develop best practices around social media.
Read more: Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen launches nonprofit to fix social media
The social media platform will give successful applicants from all over the world access to its data to study online content moderation.
Read more: Twitter opens content moderation consortium to researchers globally
The country's labour ministry claims Glovo 'violated labour rights' and failed to give contracts to more than 10,600 of its riders.
Read more: Spain hits Glovo with €79m fine for labour law breaches
Keywords continues its acquisition spree by snapping up Smoking Gun, which specialises in real-time strategy games such as Age of Empires: Castle Siege.
Read more: Keywords Studios to acquire Canadian game developer
Eligible creators will be given a share of 45pc of the ad revenue generated on YouTube Shorts.
Read more: YouTube to challenge TikTok by sharing ad revenue with Shorts creators
As privacy advocates have raised concerns about the deal, the US antitrust watchdog has requested additional information from both companies.
Read more: FTC probes Amazon’s $1.7bn acquisition of Roomba maker