Great advice, JD...
This is a discussion on READ THIS! The Stalkers New Best Tool !!! within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; This is kind of scary, if you go to Google, type in a full name with a period separating the first and last name: john.doe ...
This is kind of scary, if you go to Google, type in a full name with a period separating the first and last name: john.doe and put in the two letter sate abbreviation MI
Ie: JOHN.DOE MI
You'll get a name, address, phone number, and a map to John Doe's door.
Find out if you're listed and fill out the removal form, it takes up to 48 hours to have it take effect, don't waste any time!
This is serious, think about the news papers revealing CCW holders names and apply this new threat...not good.
I've all ready put in to have my numbers, and my families numbers removed, I suggest you do the same.
Great advice, JD...
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I checked. There are a couple there, but they're not me
I guess, not having a landline phone makes a difference.
I'm not there. I keep my name out of all the phone books and I've been unlisted for many years.
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Same here, I'm cell phone only and all mail now goes to P.O. box. Much more secure I believe.
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I checked...not there....thanks for the info JD!
Thanks for the info, I removed my name and my son's
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Thanks! I wasn't listed but my wife was. Removed it.
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Having a low profile and a common name is a good thing.
To my knowledge, this (and a dozen other examples) is no different than what, say, Yahoo! People Search has done since the dawning of the internet. It's simply an electronic version of "the white page" phone book. Basically, if you're not out there, you're not in such things. Never have been out there, myself, so I have yet to find my info (past or present) appear on any of these lists. The issue isn't Google or Yahoo or whatever. The issue is: your public info made private at the source, via the phone company's primary record of you, your willingness to publish your home address and phone nbr outside your immediate friends and family, etc.
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Nope still under the radar.
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Actually, there is an even scarier tool than that one. If you happen to know the age of someone and where they grew up (high school, etc) or where they spent any amount of time where they would have an address or phone, you can go to www.zabasearch.com and pretty much find anybody. It is much more powerful than google, and can at least approximate what town someone is living in, and give an address for the last 120 years. Now that is scary. Mainly because the free searches tell you just that. check it out for yourselves.
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What's funny is that I didn't find anything about me (or my wife) living in Arizona, however, I found links to some of my old places of employment which still have me listed as working there/had worked there. It was kind of nice to see MCSB and MCSE after my name again...
It was also a little weird to see the base paper online.
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I tried my name both in my current state of residence (MA) and in my last state of residence (VA) as well as my home areas of upbringing in DC and MD where I've also had residences.
I came up in none of these places and I looked down along the entire first page of results per search.