We are happy to announce that Bart Kaspero, founder of RecordFixer and author of “Criminal Record Privacy & the Structural Risks Inherent within Commercial Storehouses in the Consumer Data Industry” has been published in a third research journal. The original work can be found here for those interested in learning more about the paper.
This was a very exciting moment as it follows our two previous journal publications in Innovation Law & Policy eJournal [Vol 6, Issue 53, April 12, 2018], and Legal Perspectives in Information Systems eJournal [Vol 4, Issue 26, March 16, 2018].
Therefore, it is with great pleasure that we celebrate our third journal publication in Legal Anthropology: Laws & Constitutions eJournal, [Vol 1, Issue 36, June 22, 2018].

About Data Warehouse Architecture and Criminal Record Database Systems

The paper fuses together some key issues in criminal record privacy as it relates to erroneous disclosures and obsolescence. At the core of the conversation lies the limits to data warehouse technology and the dangers within large scale databases due to the inability to update new records via sound ETL principles. Given the strict guidelines created by BI/DW processes, many (if not most) storehouses could not function as viable businesses without suffering from inaccurate results—the consequences of which cause serious privacy injuries and amount to expenses litigation costs.
The paper’s discussion brings a new perspective on background check violations explaining the technological limitations on information accuracy that lead to privacy injuries. Instead, Kaspero offers an optimistic alternative by proposing that compliance tools can help prevent unnecessary disclosures by working within the consumer data industry ecosystem. This way, all interested parties benefit from efficient record updates by consumer driven technologies such as RecordFixer.
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