Jan 292014
 
 January 29, 2014  Non-U.S., Online

D.M. McGrory reports:

A controversial new site that lets Web users check out the criminal records of their friends and neighbours has caused outrage among privacy experts in Sweden who warn that it could breach privacy laws.

The Lexbase.se service, launched on Monday, allows people in Sweden to look up a friend, colleague or neighbour’s criminal record under the premise of getting an overview of their neighbourhood.
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