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1 minute ago, HeHasRisen said:

I dunno, that has merit. Students are less likely to have a driving license, and venues have Challenge 21/25 responsibilities. Most students are under 21. Therefore they need some ID and a passport is going to be the thing many of them will have. They wont want to be denied access whilst all their mates with passports get in.

 

Someone mine and your age certainly wont bother.

In which case you should have asked to have seen a copy of their ICO accreditation.

And I would avoid the place like the plague - if was a drinker, which I'm not. (highlighted bit)

 

And asked why they were retaining it - not necessary, IMO. (underlined bit)

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3 minutes ago, RollingJ said:

And I would avoid the place like the plague - if was a drinker, which I'm not. (highlighted bit)

 

And asked why they were retaining it - not necessary, IMO. (underlined bit)

I suspect they are allowed to if they have approval from the ICO. Irene can always give Licensing a ring if she has concerns.


As said, its a common enough thing now.

 

https://www.college.police.uk/support-forces/practices/id-scan-identifying-people-banned-licensed-premises

 

Boils down to what do you have to hide really doesnt it.

 

"The information of each ID is stored on a secure database in line with GDPR requirements, with the premises themselves being the data controller."

 

Irene wont be going to Tank either then.

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2 minutes ago, HeHasRisen said:

I suspect they are allowed to if they have approval from the ICO. Irene can always give Licensing a ring if she has concerns.


As said, its a common enough thing now.

 

https://www.college.police.uk/support-forces/practices/id-scan-identifying-people-banned-licensed-premises

 

Boils down to what do you have to hide really doesnt it.

Fair enough, although I haven't heard of anywhere else doing it - if it was widespread, surely there would have bee questions earlier?

It does.

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18 minutes ago, HeHasRisen said:

I suspect they are allowed to if they have approval from the ICO. Irene can always give Licensing a ring if she has concerns.


As said, its a common enough thing now.

 

https://www.college.police.uk/support-forces/practices/id-scan-identifying-people-banned-licensed-premises

 

Boils down to what do you have to hide really doesnt it.

 

"The information of each ID is stored on a secure database in line with GDPR requirements, with the premises themselves being the data controller."

 

Irene wont be going to Tank either then.

Why are they so keen to store people's details? This isn't a government body, it's a private businesses. 

 

I didn't have a drink there. I read a sign which said about what they are doing outside when it was closed. I would never go to a bar like this and I don't know what/where The Tank is.

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2 minutes ago, Irene Swaine said:

Why are they so keen to store people's details?

Have you read the link supplied?

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Just now, HeHasRisen said:

Have you read the link supplied?

You quoted the text from the link to here?

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Just now, Irene Swaine said:

You quoted the text from the link to here?

One line of it yes. Read the rest of it.

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1 minute ago, HeHasRisen said:

One line of it yes. Read the rest of it.

What you have linked is only a county wide scheme in Northamptonshire. Nothing to do with South Yorkshire.

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3 minutes ago, Irene Swaine said:

What you have linked is only a county wide scheme in Northamptonshire. Nothing to do with South Yorkshire.

The concept as to why its in use is exactly the same.

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1 hour ago, RollingJ said:

Who carries their passport when they go out in the city?

My thoughts exactly Mr. R.

I have to admit I live in the past, sounds barmy to me though.

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6 minutes ago, Padders said:

My thoughts exactly Mr. R.

I have to admit I live in the past, sounds barmy to me though.

Ive already explained it. Venues admitting loads of youngster have to make every effort to ensure they retain their license and some will ID everyone, what ID do you expect 18-21 year old students to have? Many likely wont be driving and therefore that leaves passports only, many venues dont like the free ID Cards you can apply for as they can be easily faked.

 

The alternative is they dont get in the venue whilst all their mates do.

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55 minutes ago, RollingJ said:

@HeHasRisenI admit I am suspicious of this topic, but does everyone carry a passport when on a night out? - I certainly wouldn't be doing so, losing it could be costly.

More details are needed.

I don’t carry any  id .

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