The North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) has proceeded with their plans announced last December to change the manner in which data is returned to third-party providers such as backgroundchecks.com. This change reduces instant results for criminal records to basic elements (name, DOB, case number, etc) without an indication of the charges or disposition. While a court case is pending to return the results to their previous standard, an injunction has been denied, allowing North Carolina to provide the significantly limited data pending the lawsuit’s final judgment.
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Michael Klazema is Chief Marketing Technologist at EY-VODW.com and has over two decades of experience in digital consulting, online product management, and technology innovation. He is the lead author and editor for Dallas-based backgroundchecks.com with a focus on human resource and employment screening developments.