San Diego, CA (PRWEB) February 04, 2013
USRecordFee.com plans an ongoing campaign to educate their customers on how to use public records legally and responsibly.
“We are proud to make a wide variety of public records available to our customers,” said company spokesman Josh Fraser. “But there are legal and ethical guidelines on how that information can and should be used. We would be irresponsible if we didn't address that issue ourselves.”
The company will post the advice in a series of posts on their blog, USRecordFeeBlog.com, the company said.
“The truth is that public records can be a very valuable tool,” Fraser said. “But if you use them without knowing the legal ramifications, you could get in trouble. We don't want to put our customers in a position where they could accidentally break the law.”
Some examples of public record usage that could be problematic, Fraser said, were using the records for stalking purposes, to intentionally damage someone's reputation, or to leak confidential information.
“Different types of public records create different types of ethical and legal challenges,” Fraser said. “We want to address any and all situations that can come up. Most consumers don't have the legal background that we do, so it's our responsibility to do what we can to educate them.”
Fraser said the customer education project would take several months.
“We don't want to overload people with too much information too quickly,” Fraser said. “We want to make it easy for them to understand.”
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