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Generally, we protect our personal details on mails or parcels by daubing or tearing up the waybill, which is quite inconvenient. ”Personal Privacy Protector” is a scrapable coating on the waybill (similar to coating on the PIN number for telephone top up cards). Sender could write down or print receiver’s personal details on this coating, after recipient signs for the parcel, they could scrape off that coating easily by nail or a coin to remove personal details before throwing away the package.
University of the Arts London
Central Saint Martins
London, United Kingdom
Ningbo City, China
Du, Rong Ji, Zhiqing Zhang, Xu