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Re: Google Searches and phone #'s


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Apr 08 2003 - 14:14:53 PDT

Thanks Kara,
        I knew there were search engines out three that looked up this sort
of info but I did not realize goggle did it.
                                                Thanks, Woody in KC

Kara LiCausi wrote:
> Hello Everybody,
> I just recieved a memo from my district concerning the use of a Google Search to find a phone #. Apparently, you can now type in a phone # and it will not only list your name and address, but also provides a Mapquest link which gives directions directly to your house!
> I tried it with several #'s I know...the private ones did not come up...but other numbers gave me the listing and directions! This is a little scary to say the least.
> To see if your name and number come up, type in your phone # on the search bar using dashes such as 555-555-5555. If your name comes up, it means that it is in the database. You should then click on the telephone icon which will lead you to a place where you can remove your name.
> Please pass this info on to family and friends.
> Thanks,
> Kara in Northport

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