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Old 09.04.2021, 18:54
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Re: Ironies of Data Protection

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actually, there is no issue here. He chooses to play, there is no personal data at risk. Nothing different to playing slots in a casino, for example. It's not being broadcast or recorded.

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Unfortunately you're badly informed. Lotto data is protected private data in Switzerland, how much you play for, cash winnings, replay winnings ...
Definitely not to be displayed outside a kiosk far away from the till. It was literally broadcasted.

Not that this bit matters in this case but by the way, what do you think a till does if not record? roflmlao.
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Old 10.04.2021, 09:15
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Re: Ironies of Data Protection

Was his name displayed?
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Re: Ironies of Data Protection

Thanks to who bumped this topic. Made me look into this so I'll have my license plate delisted. I doubt anyone wants to look me up but I can think of zero benefits for appearing in the register as well so I shouldn't be in there.

Why does the register exist (publicly accessable) at all? Am I missing anything? Even deregistered the strassenverkehrant will give your data if there is a good reason (in case of police or accident) so why have an open public register at all? Any reason why I should leave my data unblocked?
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