How to Opt Out from Court Registry in 2021

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One of the many data mining sites that divulge an individual's information to other people is CourtRegistry. The site stores and disseminates non-FCRA (Fair Credit Reporting Act) information on court cases and related matters. Court filings, forms, rulings, testimonies, registers, minutes of meetings, prosecutors' documents, administrative records, etc., all constitute documents that are created, maintained, and stored within the United States court system. CourtRegistry grants interested members of the public access to this kind of information. It is also possible to find information on criminal or civil cases through the site.

The Privacy Policy of the website clearly states the methods by which personal information is obtained and maintained. This data includes:

  • Personal information submitted by users to search the site. Note that CourtRegistry does not share search histories with third parties unless:
  • It is requested by related companies, service providers, and suppliers.
  • There is a suspected violation of the terms of service, the website's rights, or that of a third party.
  • There is a need to respond to a judicial process. For example, investigations involving public safety matters.

However, regarding the sharing of personal information, California residents have exclusive rights under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA, including:

  • Right of access and portability
  • Right to rectification
  • Right to erasure
  • Right to restriction
  • Right to object
  • Right to non-discrimination


  • Non-personally identifiable information of users stored with third-party tracking tools. According to the site's privacy policy, this information is not shared nor linked to personally identifiable information.
  • Cookies that track how users frequent the site. Although it is clearly stated that cookies do not collect personally identifiable information, they remain on a user's hard drive for a long time. A user may decide to activate the "do not track" feature on their browsers. However, CourtRegistry does not also respond to the 'do not track' signals sent by a user's browser.

According to the disclaimer on the site, using CourtRegistry to obtain information or to check facts about a person is done at the searcher's risk. As such, CourtRegistry denies responsibility for any damage, loss, disruption, or injury that results directly or indirectly from using the information provided by the website.

CourtRegistry is not an official site. Although information may be easily obtained from the site, the accuracy of such data cannot be guaranteed. Consumers are advised to contact the relevant authorities, departments, or agencies in charge of the original information for authentic reports. CourtRegistry was created to furnish interested parties with public records. The site is not bound by Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). Therefore, information from the website may not be used to establish eligibility for credit, employment, housing, or other business transactions connected to the FCRA.

How to Opt-Out of CourtRegistry

CourtRegistry is owned by InfoTracer. As such, if a record is erased from the site, it will be erased from the InfoTracer database as well, and vice versa. Usually, listings are removed within 72 hours after completing the opt-out procedure on InfoTracer. Below is a step-by-step guide:

  • Go to https://infotracer.com/, scroll to the end of the homepage, and click the "Do Not Sell My Info" link.
  • Next, complete the form with a first and last name, state, and city, and click "Submit."
  • Select the record and click "Remove my Data."
  • Fill out the form with an email address, comment (though this is optional), and check the captcha. After that, click "Submit." It is advisable to use a masked or temporary email address for opt-out requests.
  • After submitting the form, an email will be sent to the email address for confirmation. Click the link provided within the email to complete the opt-out process.

A person can also opt-out of receiving email or desktop notifications from the site. However, it may not be possible to opt-out of email notifications concerning technical support or customer service requests.

What Difficulties Exist when Opting Out of CourtRegistry

Opting out of CourtRegistry is not as complicated as some other data broker sites. Any person who encounters difficulty while opting out can contact the customer service team through an online form or send a mail to the address below:

CourtRegistry

1337 Massachusetts Avenue

Unit 101

Arlington, MA 02476

However, a person must check the site periodically to ensure that personal records are not uploaded again after being deleted.

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