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August 14, 2017, 04:53:40 PM
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Hypothetically speaking, if X was to know the name of person Y, how would X go about digging up personal details such as phone numbers and addresses online.

Asking because I saw a film (a while ago) where the hero goes online and find this info on a villain after knowing their name.

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August 15, 2017, 01:14:01 AM
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Hypothetically speaking, if X was to know the name of person Y, how would X go about digging up personal details such as phone numbers and addresses online.

Asking because I saw a film (a while ago) where the hero goes online and find this info on a villain after knowing their name.

  A long, long time ago, there was this thing called a phone book.  Everyone who had a phone had their name, address and number published unless they were willing to pay a fee to keep the number unlisted - few people did so.  In North America, you can dial 411 and ask but there is a charge.

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