'Many questions’ unanswered over data storage for indoor dining, DPC says
Watchdog says it does not have a ‘full outline’ of several data issues around the government’s plan to reopen indoor hospitality
“Many questions” remain over the legality of asking individuals for their vaccine status before allowing them to participate in indoor dining, the Data Protection Commission (DPC) has said .
The government today announced plans to reopen hospitality with a new system under which adults who are either fully vaccinated, or who have recovered from Covid in the last six months, will be able to access indoor hospitality.
Customers will have to show proof of...
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