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While the NSW State Transit's trial of sponsored Wi-Fi on 50 public buses have some concerned over the networks' data collection, state government has said riders have nothing to fear, iTnews reports. The service's terms of use said it "'may' collect personal information including 'name, address, date of birth, location details, drivers licence details, photographs, video, credit card details, employer and other details,'" and that information could be shared with advertisers, the report states. However, the State Transit spokesperson said the Catch network is “purely an opt-in service," and that "customers may be asked to provide personal details, including submitting photos or videos, if they voluntarily choose to enter in to a promotion." Additionally, "all information collected is handled in accordance with the Privacy Act," the spokesperson added.
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