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  1. Thought id challenge the processing of my personal data by a former employer in relation to my banking data, death-in-service beneficiaries and emergency contact details (wife and son's personal data). I left the company in June 2016. The ICO's public guidance is that the aforestated data should be deleted once the employee leaves the company. The ICO has just made a decision that is contrary to the public guidance??? the decision states companies can process the data for seven years. This is bizarre - either the public guidance requires amending or the ICO decision in my case is plainly wrong. What chance has joe public got??????? Below is the ICO's public guidance. Example An employer should review the personal data it holds about an employee when they leave the organisation’s employment. It will need to retain enough data to enable the organisation to deal with, for example, providing references or pension arrangements. However, it should delete personal data that it is unlikely to need again from its records – such as the employee’s emergency contact details, previous addresses, or death-in-service beneficiary details.
  2. I have received copies of letters sent to a person who parked in a car park managed by UKPC. Originally he got screen tickets slapped on his car and he ignored them and waited for the NTK. After just under 2 months he got letters thouth the post saying "final reminder" and they go on to say that he has been idnetified as the driver at the time by the keeper. Well, as the vehicle is his and he hasnt said a word i wonder how UKPC can leap to taht conclusion. It is more likely that they know they will have to spend good money making their case at POPLA so have just let the clock run down, invent a cock and bull story and hope that someone will be impressed by the novel approach With UKPC's track record I would say deception but that would imply they are deliberately trying to deceive but I am happy to accept that they are just palin incompetent or stupid. however, if you have received a screen ticket at the Valley retail park in Croydon please let us know so I can compare the wording on the NTK (or "final remninder" if you didnt get the NTK in time) This doesnt change the rubbish incoherent signage at the retail park into ones that are actual contractual offers though.
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