Online Voter Information and Privacy

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6 Responses

  1. Tom Slee says:

    this information is legally available already as public records which anyone could order – See more at:

    But would you get ads to chat with Asian women? Or free criminal background checks? Or one trick for a flat stomach?

    I think not.

  2. Tom Slee says:

    Darn that cut and paste suffix.

  3. GE says:

    I always forget the year my parents were born. Problem solved!

  4. i don't like it says:

    Just yesterday, unrelated to this post, I stumbled upon the site hosting this information for Colorado, where I am registered to vote.

    I find it very disturbing that all of this info is online and so easily accessed if you know a person’s last name. I was able to look up addresses for dozens of people I know, and I could have kept going. Many of those listings have phone numbers with them.

  5. Tom Alciere says:

    That’s my website. There is a sort of psychological thing going on. Everybody has a legal right to know this information.
    Let’s say your date asks why you oppose legalizing gonculators, when you’re a Vegetarian, and the Vegetarians Party is totally supports legalizing gonculators. Besides, why haven’t you voted except in presidential years, if you care so much? You ask where your date got the information. If it required a trip to a bureaucracy or a payment, you might scold your date, but not if it is freely available on line. My thing is, they type their own name into a search engine and one of the results displays their own name, birth date, telephone number and home address. That’s an eye catcher and brings in traffic. I could probably make more money if I knew what I was doing.