Surveying the types of personal records that are available on the
Internet and through online services, this encyclopedic book
explains how researchers find and use personal data, identifies the
most useful sources of information about people, and offers advice
for those with privacy concerns. Researchers will learn how to use
online tools and databases to gain competitive intelligence, locate
and investigate people, access public records, identify experts,
find new customers, recruit employees, search for assets, uncover
criminal records, and conduct genealogical research. Added to this
updated edition is a more comprehensive listing of all vendors of
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Carole A Lane
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