Have you ever made trouble in a hotel- perhaps partied too loudly, stole the towels or trashed a room?
If so, you could land a hotel blacklist that's being developed in England and is causing alarm among privacy rights advocates.
According to an interesting story out of Liverpool, privacy watchdogs are calling for a government investigation of GuestScan - the company that's building an online database that will let hotel managers keep track of guests who've allegedly caused trouble at other hotels or inns.
The database is causing alarm partly because it will contain personal information such as race, ethnic origin and sexual orientation long after a troublemaking guest checks out, according to the lengthy article on ClickLiverpool.com.
The concept behind the GuestScan database is to let hotel managers warn each other about guest like Stu (shown above, from the hit movie, "The Hangover") and his crew are about to show up...