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The Central Statistics Office is continuing to explore its plan to get roaming data from mobile network operators in order to compile more accurate tourism statistics. irishtimes.com/news/ireland/i…
The CSO in Ireland isn't on a solo run in relation to seeking data from phone operators and other privately held sources. EU statisticians want all of it - credit card spending, smart meters, social media data, reservation systems data...all of it. Is this necessary?

And again, the fundamental right to data protection under the Charter of Fundamental Rights is among the 'obstacles' to stats agencies getting All Your Data.

Can they do it? Maybe they can. Do you feel happy about it? I certainly don't.

Some days I think maybe I'm just going mad and all of this is fine.
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