A Background Check Infringe On A Person’s Right To Privacy?
With current technology, expanding the boundaries of how to get information, how can we be sure we are not allowing ourselves basically nullify our right to privacy? While there are many cell phone lookup directories that you can search, you will need to know how to find the right information.
If someones background checks fall under your right to privacy?
Personally, I do not think so.
In my opinion, if someone acts in a criminal manner lose certain rights. I believe it is our right to know the people of criminal records so that as an individual who may be able to better protect myself and my family. It is a sad fact that crime plays an important role in our society. We are all constantly reminded of this every time we turn on the news. This does not mean we can not trust anyone. We just have to be more aware. And if that means getting a background check on people that way.
Here’s something that I would soon end. Just because someone has a criminal record does not mean you’re a criminal. Sometimes people do something stupid like a child or young adult and literally haunts the rest of his life. If these people be ostracized because of it? I think not.
If a background check of people showing a distinct pattern of criminal conduct, to be the same or similar crime committed repeatedly over a long period of time, then yes, I had better stay away from this person.
If a background check shows a pair of persons offenses under 5 or 10 years then you might want to talk to them about it and see what really happened in life before you give up completely.