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Christchurch, New Zealand Earthquake – People Finder Tool Released by Google

Google Aims to Help People In Time of Earthquake Crisis

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Google has launched a people search tool to help people affected by the earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand. With the tool, users have to options:

- I’m looking for someone
- I have information about someone

The tool can be accessed here

Google allows people to embed the tool on their own sites as such:

Get the code here

You can also add it as a Google Gadget. 

The company notes that all data entered will be available to the public, and will be viewable and usable by anyone. Also, Google does not review or verify the accuracy of the data.

At the time of this writing, Google is tracking about 4,900 records.

Christchurch, New Zealand Earthquake – People Finder Tool Released by Google
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  • Guest

    A relative put up a missing person on the person finder and their information was there that we were looking for them, I looked at it today and it says ‘no record’ what does that mean? Where did the information go?