[Foundation-l] Foundation Discretion Regarding Personnel Matters

Dan Rosenthal swatjester at gmail.com
Fri Dec 14 15:19:28 UTC 2007

Lexis also has other, more confidential personnel records on people,  
that are available to certain subsets of the Lexis population (for  
example, students do not get access to some of the advanced  
PersonnelTrac features, but some private investigation accounts do).  
Some of these features have limitations on how their data are allowed  
to be released.

On Dec 14, 2007, at 9:20 AM, Stephen Bain wrote:

> On Dec 14, 2007 11:09 PM, GerardM <gerard.meijssen at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hoi,
>> For someone who is not from the United States, can you please  
>> explain how
>> you come to be able to access these databases? Are they public? And  
>> do you
>> really think that this is appropriate ?
>> When you are able to do so as a consequence of your occupation,  
>> what does
>> your employer think of it?
> LexisNexis have a variety of legal-related databases, including a
> database of criminal case reports for each US state. I have access
> through my university. These are not police records or anything, just
> public reports of court proceedings, which can be found in any library
> with a legal collection.
> -- 
> Stephen Bain
> stephen.bain at gmail.com
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