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The data that Zillow is making available is public information, but until now accessing it required buying a subscription to a website or a trip to county courthouses, digging through records. By putting such personal data at consumers' fingertips, the Seattle-based real estate website acknowledges it may face criticism regarding privacy concerns.


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