to Teach Customers Legal Ways to Use Mugshot Records

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Company wants their customers to use the records ethically and responsibly.

The company is in the business of making it easy for customers to search a variety of mugshot records. is launching a major initiative to teach customers their legal and ethical responsibilities after they purchase mugshot records from the company, officials said.

“People have the right to this information, and we are happy to provide it,” said company spokesman Josh Fraser. “But, with every right also comes responsibilities. And we would be remiss in our duties if we did not educate people on the right and wrong ways to use their mugshot records.”

The information will be posted on the company blog,, Fraser said.

The company is in the business of making it easy for customers to search a variety of mugshot records ranging from arrest reports to arrests and conviction records.

“When you do a background check on someone because you are thinking of hiring them or because they are pursuing a romantic relationship with you, you are getting access to very personal data,” Fraser said. “The law says you have the right to access this data. But, there are also criminal and civil regulations on what you can do with the data once it's in your hands. We will use our legal expertise to explain these restrictions to our customers in plain English.”

Fraser said that the information will be broken up into short blog posts over time, so that it is as easy as possible for people to understand.

“Privacy law is a very complex issue, and we don't want to overwhelm people with too much information at any one given time,” Fraser said.

When in doubt about your rights concerning any public documents, Fraser said you should always consult an attorney.


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