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Andy B
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Re: Ware Webcam

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If the webcam is not to be reinstated then the reference to Herts Display should be removed!

RCR1
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Re: Ware Webcam

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Some time ago I asked a friend who works there and was told the son has taken over as manager of the shop and is simply not interested in having a webcam. GDPR wasn't mentioned. Whatever, it's not returning.

Justme
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Re: Ware Webcam

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The legislation surrounding GDPR is confusing and complicated. I can understand why Hertfordshire Display might want to protect themselves and I'd like to believe that they are not keeping any recordings for future usage. But as the man told me, they will not be reinstating it, as and I quote "it's against the law"

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Andy B
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Re: Ware Webcam

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I have just had a walk along the High Street looking for a new position for a webcam and Keith Ian would be an ideal position siting it in the top window so i looked along the road it would be a great view as its the widest part of the town. They obviously have an Internet connection and no doubt unlimited capacity.
It just needs someone to drop and ask them, my walk was only virtual so I cannot, I'm sure some free advertising will help them see the benefits.

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Re: Ware Webcam

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Hello Andy B. I've edited my post to say that I have spoken with a representative of Keith Ian. They have advised that I write to their Head Office to explain.

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Andy B
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Re: Ware Webcam

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Justme wrote:Hello Andy B. I've edited my post to say that I have spoken with a representative of Keith Ian. They have advised that I write to their Head Office to explain.
Good man!
Are you going to?
Were they in favour?
Can I help?

Justme
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Re: Ware Webcam

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Yes I'm going to write. The guy I saw said he had no say in the matter but gave me a visiting card together with the address to write to. Will update as soon as I receive a response.

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Re: Ware Webcam

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A quick update to say I have written to Keith Ian and await their response. I will of course keep you posted.

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Barzey
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Re: Ware Webcam

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Well done and many thanks for your efforts 'Just Me' There sure seems to be a lot of people very interested in the outcome as there has been 9,506 viewings interested in the good old Webcam and the outcome.

Justme
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Re: Ware Webcam

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Hello all
I was hoping to report some good news but I've not even received an acknowledgement to my letter to Keith Ian. Maybe we should be looking at approaching other suitable businesses in Ware High Street. However I fear their response may reflect that of Keith Ian, i. e. The Data Protection. What do you think?

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