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Google Launches Person Finder for Japan Earthquake

by on March 11, 2011
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Google launches Person Finder to help find friends and relatives missing from the Japanese Earthquake. The service, available in Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Taiwanese and English, lets you either search for someone by name or provide information about someone.

As of 6:20pm ET on March 11th, 2011, there are about 17,000 records in the Google Person Finder database.

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