May 012014
 May 1, 2014  Posted by  Business, Court, Online, U.S.

Matt Reynolds reports:

Three people-search and background-check websites jeopardize the safety of a state prosecutor by listing his home address and telephone number, the prosecutor claims in court.

California Deputy Attorney General John Doe sued Radaris America and its principal Edgar Lopin, Instant Check Mate, and Inome dba Intelius, in Superior Court.

All three websites allow users to pay a fee to download people’s personal information, including criminal background checks, phone numbers, and court judgments.

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