Anglesey nappies birth certificate plans could fall foul of data protection laws, Information Commissioner warns

Anglesey nappies birth certificate plans could fall foul of data protection laws, Information Commissioner warns
 

A plan to ask for children’s birth certificates before bin men collect dirty nappies could fall foul of data protection laws, the Information Commissioner has warned.
Anglesey council has announced that young children and toddlers will only be available for a new fortnightly nappy collection service up to their third birthday , with parents having to provide a copy of their child’s birth certificate to prove their eligibility.
But the decision has sparked an internet storm, with many outraged by the council’s edict.
The island’s AM, Rhun ap Iorwerth, has now written to the authority with... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 47
Source: Daily Post
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