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This report analyzes existing law and [[policy]] for handling [[criminal history record information]] ([[CHRI]]); identifies the [[technological]] and societal developments that may be changing the criminal justice [[privacy]] environment; and makes initial recommendations to address the next generation of [[criminal justice information]] law and [[policy]].
 
This report analyzes existing law and [[policy]] for handling [[criminal history record information]] ([[CHRI]]); identifies the [[technological]] and societal developments that may be changing the criminal justice [[privacy]] environment; and makes initial recommendations to address the next generation of [[criminal justice information]] law and [[policy]].
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This project report begins with a review of [[information privacy]] law and [[policy]]. It identifies five interests critical to a democracy and that are served by [[information privacy]]: (1) [[due process]] and fairness, (2) individual dignity, (3) individ-ual [[autonomy]], (4) oversight and [[trust]] in governmental institutions, and (5) the promotion of [[privacy]]-dependent relationships.
 
 
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[[Category:Criminal]]

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