We often hear stories about underage drinking and the rise in fake ID. At the moment young people have to carry around a driving licence or passport to prove their age in a bar, but they always run the risk of revealing confidential personal information.
Now in an effort to try and stop this, businesses in Bath are trialling new technology that proves your age while protecting your privacy.
Jonty Messer reports:
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