Skip to comments.YOUR PRIVATE INFO IS OUT THERE FOR ANYONE TO VIEW!
Posted on 10/18/2006 6:03:01 AM PDT by ExSoldier
PERSONAL INFO ONLINE
This is a vanity for a SCARY (to me anyway) new "service." Try typing in your real name and choose your home state and see what pops up. Then try the names of loved ones or folks you know. You can do all states or just one.
They missed my birth date by 3 years. Ha.
Can you point me in the direction of the website where you got the info from the license plate number?
I put in Jose Rodriguez and Maria Garcia and used Texas. I got the same results for both. Try it.
...take deep beath... wax-a on... wax-a off... ok. Feel better? Anything this service can provide for a fee is just what anyone with an afternoon can get for free at the country court house and assessor's office. Big frackin' deal.
bump for later
It would not do you any good because I am in Texas. Do a search for your states public data.
I'm in there and I have an unlisted number. Darn!
I see he hasn't responded. :) Don't mind him - I'm impressed you did what you did. You go girl!
Interestingly, I go by my middle name which it did not have. But when I checked my true legal name I was there.
All the big fish in a little pond where I live seems to be Republicans.
The "Personal Privacy" industry will see some big growth in the near future I imagine.
The information it has on me is over 3 years old. it doesn't know where I am.
I was sort of thinking the same thing as one onedoug until I saw your response. Talk about a paradigm shift!
Good job Ma'am!
This site has been up for quite some time. My first visit to it showed a satellite view of your house. Not in real-time. If I remember correctly you had to pay to get an up close and personal shot. I believe this feature is no longer available. BUT, it is only a matter of time when anyone will be able to get a bird's eye view of your neighbor's backyard party. We are all an some camera anymore. 1984 has arrived.
> Ummmm yup, that's what THIS is!
So I saw upon clicking the link.
Look. A girl at work was worried about a stalker who kept calling her. A little detective work with Zabasearch and the reverse phone book, and we got the creep off her back. So it's not necessarily a bad thing.
"Now any of my students can find me and those whom I've failed or had suspended can do me great damage'
Oh, my. Have you considered teaching while wearing a burkha?
Every now and then, when I'm feeling depressed, I Google my name to see who I could have been.
That always picks me up.
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