Opened a Barclays account, expected to receive PIN in post.. nothing unusual about that. Expect it did not arrive for 2 weeks, so I phoned up, they said they would send another. However, next morning I had the PIN in the post... so that must have been the first letter.
Got the second letter.. and it was the same PIN!! Had my original letter been lost, some crook would have known my exact PIN. Why are Barclays re-using the same PIN? I was shocked.
Wales smoking cut plan
. Fantastic news, the welsh have got something right. What is a shame is that there is not an outright ban, with fixed penalties "mobile phone" style for smoking in cars for both road safety and the health of passengers.
Countless times I've seen smoking drivers with only one hand on the wheel, other hand out the window (littering their cigarette end as rubbish). They are distracted by "smoking at the wheel".
Simon Clark from the lobby group Forest is out of touch on this issue. Forest should be re-formed into an association supporting existing smokers cut down and quit.
Notification for every transfer:
* Date of transfer
* Named recipient and department, full postal address, phone and email of transfer
* Named person doing the transfer, department, full postal address, phone and email.
* Category for reason of transfer
* Detailed description about why the transfer is taking place.
* Unique transfer reference
* Reuse category: Indicating if "once-only", "more-than-once", "transfer to other parties"
* List of parties passed on to has to be communicated back up the chain to go with the personal data report held at the first location (or defined other location in the chain, as explained and understood by the person who's personal data it is)
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