Friday, March 17, 2006


My coworker just told me about the AnyWho search from AT&T that provides limited information on people for free and then more information for a fee. All you have to know is the person's name and the town they live in. It's creepy. First of all, it gives addresses and ages (although I found at least one age that has to be incorrect). Secondly, it really makes me wonder what information people can access if they pay for it. Identity theft anyone?

Some of the information you can have access for a fee includes (copied directly from the site):
• Relatives, roommates and neighbors
• Bankruptcies, Tax liens, Small Claims Civil Judgments
• Marriage and Divorces
• Home Value and Property Ownership
• Full name and possible aliases

But also entertaining. There are just some people who's ages you've always wanted to know, aren't there? It's okay, you can admit it. :)

1 comment:

paul said...

Scary. I don't know what else to say. You're doomed from day one!