Opposition Spokesman on Finance, Audley Shaw, says he believes that general public access to a person’s credit history on the National Security Interests in Personal Property Registry’s website is unconstitutional.
According the Mr Shaw, it must have been an oversight on the part of those persons who crafted the legislation.
He says he believes the publication represents a breach of the right to privacy.
Audley Shaw, Opposition spokesman on Finance, speaking with Nationwide News.
Personal and business information, including debt and assets is available on the National Security Interests in Personal Property Registry for Jamaica’s website.
That registry was created following the passage of the Security Interests in Personal Property Act last year.