Google exploits public databases for Katrina Search

Google has launched Katrina Search, a tool that hooks users up with a number of public databases, including the Red Cross, to help get status reports on folks missing in the hurricane. Other companies like Yahoo and Lycos also offer people search services.

Google has launched Katrina Search, a tool that hooks users up with a number of public databases, including the Red Cross, to help get status reports on folks missing in the hurricane. Other companies like Yahoo and Lycos also offer people search services.

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