Freedom of Information Day

Author: PeopleFinders on November 30th, 2017
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March 16 is National Freedom of Information Day. It’s a celebration of the Freedom of Information Act that was signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1966.

The Freedom of Information Act grants Americans the right to easily access information from and about the Federal Government. This law states that every person has the right to review federal records, unless those records are legally protected from public disclosure.

President James Madison

Congress officially designated National Freedom of Information Day as an annual occurrence in 1989. March 16 was chosen to coincide with the birthday of our 4th President, James Madison. He is often referred to as the “Father of the Constitution” and was well-known as a supporter of government transparency.

Madison authored the Bill of Rights and served this country as a politician for most of his adult life. He was also a staunch advocate for giving the public access to information related to the federal government.

The Power Of Information

At PeopleFinders, we believe in the importance of easy access to significant information. People have a right to get the data they need to make decisions that greatly impact their lives. That’s why we’re dedicated to providing information that empowers you to make decisions about people you might deal with on a personal or professional basis.

Our background checks, criminal records and other comprehensive reports are packed with facts that you can use when making choices that will shape your future. We believe in providing easy access to information that affects you, your family and all the people you care about.

March 16

On March 16 there will be celebrations throughout the country in honor of James Madison and Freedom of Information Day. At PeopleFinders, we’ll be celebrating in our own way – by continuing to provide the most accurate, up-to-date and useful information available anywhere.

We give you access to billions of current and historical public records. These documents contain all the data you need to find people and learn more about them. If you’re looking for information that will help you reconnect with an old friend, get the truth about someone who may spend time around you or your loved ones or make crucial decisions, turn to

Have a happy Freedom of Information Day, and thank you for reading the PeopleFinders people search blog.

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