Yes it is.
But generally it is based on the moral compass of the person passing judgment. If forgiveness and understanding is in their ability, it is possible. If otherwise, not.
As for data kept and stored, I consider myself lucky not to grow up today!
However, data sources will be questioned in the future. It becomes increasingly easy to manipulate the history. And data formats may have a life which is considerably shorter than the lives of those captured in the data.
I think this is not a technical question, but a question about what kind of humanity we want to live in. "It is human to err", it is written in old books. I can't say whether knowing the details of the past is good or bad on selection day, but I guess it is better to take office with your history known than to take office and fearing every day that your past will be unraveled by your enemies. For one thing, it makes you less a target for pressure and persuasion, and I like that in a voice of the community. SSC or the world in general.