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The Problems of More Accessible Criminal Conviction Information

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5 Responses

  1. Eric Goldman says:

    Fair enough, but do they have any benefits at all? Eric.

  2. Eric,

    Yes, they do have benefits. In the quote from my book, Understanding Privacy, above, I even mention some.

  3. Steve says:

    did you hear about the case in austria where a convicted sex offender had imprisoned his daughter for 24 years and had 7 children with her? in austria they eliminate records after 10 years and the authorities in this case may have been able to solve this case had they known that this individual was a sex offender — lets keep this from happening here – more information is better!

  4. It’s only a matter of time that someone does such a people search site. There is no such thing as obscure publicity. If an info is public, you should expect that technology will find it out someday.

  5. It’s only a matter of time that someone does such a people search site. There is no such thing as obscure publicity. If an info is public, you should expect that technology will find it out someday.

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