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finding a person in the whole internet?

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Hi Guys/Gals,
     How do you find a person in the internet by specifying his/her name? despite the fact that many computers are firewalled by large coporations.

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Jacky
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First I have to say if a person doesn't want to be found it will be very hard (impossible) to find him. If you want to search a person use
http://home.netscape.com/escapes/search/ntsrchrnd-3.html
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