In the past if anyone wanted to research legal history they had to be willing to physically search through legal documentation at a courthouse. In today’s world all judicial records are posted in real time online via the Internet. The truth is that every court from local to federal often chooses to publish the legal decisions made each day on the Internet through a sanctioned government website. Legally this information is often shared again online through various private websites as re publications. Access to judicial records is free which makes damaging information available at virtually anyone’s fingertips. Adding in the advancing technology provided to the general public has created a social problem of convenient access to offensive information.