jmaimon at ttec.com
Thu Dec 28 16:02:22 UTC 2006
Joe Abley wrote:
> On 27-Dec-2006, at 18:22, Mark Newton wrote:
>> On Thu, Dec 28, 2006 at 12:13:07AM +0100, Leo Vegoda wrote:
>>> My driving license doesn't have a photograph on it, so using it as an
>>> identity document is pointless.
>> There's no way for a minimum-wage security grunt to verify the
>> particulars of my passport, so using it as an identity document
>> is pointless.
> Which makes it hard for me to understand why they bother, and why they
> go to such great lengths to enforce arbitrary rules about what is
> acceptable and what isn't.
Especialy when their customer who is onsite, has already been identified
and authenticated and authorized is vouching for you, and presumably,
contractually bound to pay for any damages caused by you.
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