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Our friends are the only people as close to us as our family. But, do we really know them? Most sexual assaults are perpetrated by someone the victim knows, and the same applies to theft and domestic violence. Serious injury can result from a poor judgment in who we hang out with.
The age of the internet has also made it much easier to learn more about our friends. You can reconnect with old friends using engines, find out what makes your new friends tick, uncover that secretive friend’s birthday and more with these tips and tricks.
Begin with your favorite search engine, and utilize Facebook, to search the person’s full name. Use quotation marks, like: “SEARCH TERM,” as an operator to specify the person’s name in that specific order. This helps cut down on false positives returned for similarly spelled names.
Facebook offers public data a person fills into a profile. That can clue you into other things to search for (like interests, screen names or other URLs associated with this person). Social media is where most people leave their publicly available posts, with blogs ranking a distant second. If they use a screen name (an anonymous handle), search for that handle on the wider web to see what other sites or profiles pop up too.
Correlating data is important, which is why a professional is your best option. Professional checks use authorized data and provide you whatever is available to check against the unknowns you uncover as you search.
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