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Daily Mail campaign re private parking, “Stop the private parking sharks!”
post Tue, 9 Oct 2018 - 16:02
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The Daily Mail appears to have started another of its campaigns.

It wants:

- Drivers (presume they mean registered keepers) to be able to opt out of having their data sold to PPCs.
- The appeals process to be made fairer (by freezing charges during an appeal).
- The DVLA to investigate if it receives lots of requests for the same location, to ensure it’s “fair” (quite how that is in the DVLA’s remit I don’t know.

Demand 1 would seem to make all other demands redundant, though the Mail doesn’t see this

Deprived of the ability to sell personal details, it would become much harder for private parking firms to contact the registered keeper of a vehicle

I presume by “much harder” they mean “virtually impossible”.


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QUOTE (The Rookie @ Sat, 20 Oct 2018 - 20:59) *
The Supreme Court called it effectively binding as well.......

Well they ignored what it said so it doesn't really matter what they called it.
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