As reported by 69 News, a jury "ruled Bucks County violated Pennsylvania's Criminal History Record Information Act (CHRIA) by unlawfully disseminating the Criminal Record History of more than 66,000 people that were booked in the Bucks County Correctional Facility between 1938 and 2013. The ruling awards $1,000 to each person whose privacy was violated. The precise number of class members eligible for the award will be determined by the court at a later date, but more than 66,000 could be eligible." According to the Bucks County Courier Times, the "damage award is mandatory because the jury found the county 'willfully' violated federal law when it posted criminal information online of individuals held or incarcerated at the Bucks County prison from approximately 2011 until 2013. The case is considered significant because it’s the first time the court has set a standard for what actions rise to the level of a willful violation of CHRIA."