In April of 2010, Nebraska changed the law on the use of ID Scanners. Originally the law prevented the user or scanner from saving any data. Now the law allows for ID Scanner to save the ID number and/or the calculated age of ID presented. The scanner may not retain name or address information. So now the law gives the merchant some ability to substantiate or prove an ID was checked while still addressing privacy concerns of card holders.
Here is summary
....§60-4,111.01 requires that a sign be posted when ID scanning is done on the premises. The only information that may be kept is the Identification Number and age indicated on the Identification. YOU MAY NOT store names, dates of birth, addresses or physical descriptions.
Before purchasing any kind of age verification devise ensure that it can be modified to only collect the information allowed by law.
• DO NOT KEEP OR STORE ANY INFORMATION COLLECTED FROM ANY IDENTIFICATION OTHER THAN THE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER OR THE AGE INDICATED ON THE IDENTIFICATION WITH A ELECTRONIC IDENTIFICATION CHECKING DEVICE - TO DO SO IS A CLASS IV FELONY IN NEBRASKA §60-4,111.01.
Click here summary provided by Nebraska Liquor Control Commission
or the original http://www.lcc.ne.gov/pdfs/electronic%20age.pdf
Here is the original law