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 November 3, 2013  Business, Non-U.S.

Steve Hawkes reports:

The store giant has signed a ground-breaking deal with Lord Alan Sugar’s Amscreen in a move which tonight sparked fresh concerns from privacy campaigners about the growing use of “invasive” techology in the nation’s shops.

The ‘OptimEyes’ system will be rolled out into 450 Tesco petrol forecourts, which serve millions of customers a week.

Read more on The Telegraph.

In response to Tesco’s new #privacy-intrusive scheme, Paul Bernal tweeted:

To which I respond, “Amen, bro!” I hope all UK citizens concerned about privacy will boycott Tesco and tell them why you’re boycotting them.

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