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People talk about “public records” all the time, but not everyone actually knows what the term means. It’s a bit of a broad term that can be tough to nail down. Generally, the term “public record” refers to any data that a person can find when he or she is reviewing official documents or reports that are readily available to the public. An example would be when a person searches for someone’s phone number in a phone directory.
Public records are typically assembled using government records. But it’s important to remember that not all government records are available to the public. The government may have regulations on the types of data they are allowed to release, as well as how they are required to store and distribute that data. The government may also keep public records concerning individuals, businesses, and even other parts of the government. But for the most part, “public record” refers to data about individuals that are available to the public. The United States Freedom of Information Act is the entity that governs the release of these kinds of public records. Although it has not been around long, the FOIA has already made many of these records available to the public.
Here’s just a few of them:
Maybe you constantly get calls from phone numbers you don’t recognize, or maybe you’re thinking about dating someone you hardly know and would like to know a little more about them. In both circumstances, a reverse phone lookup can help. Reverse phone lookups can even help you learn more about the people you interact with on a daily basis.
Of course! But we have found that not all websites can help you with all of your needs. We’ve all seen those free phone number lookup sites, but most of them will not provide you with what you’re looking for. For instance, most of these sites only include information on landline telephone numbers. This is because most cell networks control access to their own numbers, and they generally do not provide access to these numbers for free. So in other words, they can’t afford to pay for access to these cell numbers because the sites themselves are free.
Most of these free sites also only include about 50% of the available data, and they almost never allow you to do a criminal background search. And when you are finally able to locate a caller’s data using a reverse phone lookup, you may want to learn more about that person or company, in which case a free phone number site would not be able to help you. But a good thing about the internet is that you can still find public records and even greatly expand your search just by clicking on a web page.
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