de AFD Software - Tipo de producto: Componente / DLL
Track the movement of individuals using past and current electoral roll data. TraceMaster® builds on the success of AFD Names & Numbers® which is used extensively in the financial services, credit management, security, tracing and debt recovery industries. TraceMaster makes it easy to access current and historic electoral roll data by making it possible to track the movement of individuals and organisations over time. It contains a comprehensive reference to UK names, addresses and telephone numbers from 1997 to the present time. (Please note: TraceMaster and the data it contains is not available to license for public display on the Internet for reasons of privacy and the personal safety of individuals listed in the product.)
Data included with TraceMaster
UK Electoral Roll - First Name, Initial & Surname, Gender, Residency - 1997 to present time*
(* not all data fields are present in every historic data set.)
TraceMaster requires approx 5.2 Gigabytes fixed disk space for a full installation.
It will run on Windows XP,2000,NT,95,98 or ME. Minimum 64Mb RAM recommended.
The UK Peoples Act
AFD Names & Numbers and TraceMaster are address management products, based on many different data streams - including historic Electoral Rolls, current Electoral Rolls, the Royal Mail's Postcode Address File, Telephone Subscriber information and several commercial and business data files.
The UK Government has passed a new Act - The People's Act 2000 - that is affecting availability and access to future UK Electoral Roll data sets, collected during and after 2002.
Electoral Roll being collected after 2002 contains an "Opt-Out" facility, for those who do not wish their name to appear on the "Edited Roll". Individuals who do not choose this opt-out will be included on the "Edited Roll", and their details will be available for any purpose. Only certain authorised organisations may access the Full Electoral Roll - and such organisations must make individual application to AFD in order to obtain versions of AFD Names & Numbers based on the full electoral roll.
Historic electoral rolls, and commercial databases remain available as references to check the Edited Roll, and to help identify information missing from it. AFD has also obtained access to a rapidly developing Data Exchange initiative - which has been part of the contingency against legislation preventing access to the Full Electoral Roll. This Exchange currently holds 20 million records - and coupled with access to the "Edited Roll", gives confidence about the quantity and quality of data in Names & Numbers or TraceMaster products. Where individuals have expressed an indication that they do not wish their details to be used for marketing purposes by opting out of the Edited Roll, AFD will of course, respect this in versions of their products used for marketing purposes. AFD have been planning for these changes for some time, and have taken steps to ensure the highest possible quality of data within Names & Numbers. They are committed to providing the very best and most comprehensive data within Names & Numbers - but have the highest respect for the laws of the land - and ensure that all the data within their products is properly licensed, and used within the correct legal framework.