Filling in forms and making entries in specially designated record books are the two most common methods used by organisations to collect personal data from individuals. There are a number of “data collection points” where such activities occur, such as:
▪ when visitors, contractors or service providers fill in the visitors’ record book at the security guard post of a condominium or at the reception counter of an office building
▪ when buyers visit a show flat at a property launch and the salespersons help them to fill in an expression-of-interest form
▪ when prospective clients meet face-to-face ...