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NCJ Number: 31741 Find in a Library
Title: CRIMINAL RECORDS - PRIVATE RIGHTS AND PUBLIC NEED
Journal: LAW AND COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY, 4TH QUARTER (DECEMBER 1975)  Pages:144-149
Author(s): G KONDOS
Corporate Author: World Peace Through Law Ctr
United States of America
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 6
Sponsoring Agency: World Peace Through Law Ctr
Washington, DC 20036
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: A REVIEW OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE LAW RELATING TO THE RIGHT OF PRIVACY AND AN OVERVIEW OF LEGISLATION AND REGULATIONS DEALING WITH THE SECURITY AND PRIVACY OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION ARE PROVIDED.
Abstract: THIS ARTICLE BRIEFLY REVIEWS THE SECURITY AND PRIVACY PROVISIONS OF THE CRIME CONTROL ACT OF 1973 AND DESCRIBES THREE PROPOSED CRIMINAL JUSTICE PRIVACY BILLS. REGULATIONS FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE ORDER ON CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION SYSTEMS PERTAINING TO INFORMATION SECURITY AND PRIVACY ARE SUMMARIZED. THE FINDINGS OF A LEAA COMPENDIUM OF STATE LAWS GOVERNING THE SECURITY AND CONFIDENTIALITY OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION ARE ALSO OUTLINED.
Index Term(s): Crime data files; Criminal justice information systems; Data security; Information dissemination; Laws and Statutes; Privacy and security; Regulations; Right of privacy
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