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Digital Rights Ireland Data Retention Case

McGarr Solicitors represent Digital Rights Ireland Limited in their action against the Minister for Justice and Law Reform, the Minister for Communications, Marine and Natural Resources and the Garda Commissioner’s data retention policies and actions.

Following consultation with our client, we are now making available the pleadings to date in this action in Adobe pdf format.

Digital Rights Ireland Limited Plenary Summons

Appearance entered by the Defendants

Statement of Claim of the Plaintiff

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