People Spending More Time On Social Networks

People are spending more of their online time on social networks like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube as well as blogs, according to a recent report from Nielsen research study. According to the study, US citizens are spending almost 25% of their online time on social-networks and blog sites. This is about 6 hours per month […]

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Facebook People Search Reunites Couple After 50 Years

A free people search on the Facebook social network has led to the reunion of a couple after 50 years apart. Melody Longino, from Louisiana, met William McCrary while travelling on a Greyhound bus to Texas in 1957. The two people stayed in contact for several years after meeting, but lost contact after that. William […]

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Google, CIA Fund Startup To Monitor Internet

This just in from Wired.com’s Danger Room blog: Google and the CIA are working together to monitor people on the internet real-time in order to predict people’s actions and behaviors as well as events. The report states that both the Central Intelligence Agency and Google are backing a company called Recorded Future. Recorded Future monitors […]

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People Searches Made Easier With Data Mining

A new personal data mining technology could make people searches and background checks faster and more reliable. Many companies that collect people’s personal information have large amounts of information on individuals, but don’t have good technology for searching and analyzing all of this personal data. Suresh Venkatasubramanian, a computer scientist from the University of Utah, […]

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Skip Tracers Find People

Some of our visitors may have heard of “skip tracing” or “skip tracer”, but do not really know what the term means. However, if you have ever Googled a person or searched for a past friend of family member online, you have already done some basic skip tracing work. When people (debtors) change addresses and […]

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