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The Value of Digital Privacy
Who's searching for you? Is there a loved one lurking around the world you would like to see again? Someone you haven't spoken to in decades and you would love to hear their voice again. Would you like to reconnect with a past next door neighbor that disappeared?
If so then mylife.com may be just the place for you. Founded in 2002 mylife.com is a social-networking website designed to help individuals looking others. The website is a spin-off of reunion.com also designed to help reunite people.
Membership to join mylife.com is free but they do have a premium service available. With the premium service, you can have greater access to information of over 750 million user profiles.
We are proud of the progress we’re making,” said Jeff Tinsley CEO of MyLife.com. “MyLife continues to respond to user demand and identifying new areas to improve the online connection experience. Mirandi (August 2011)
The website accesses publicly available knowledge of people from numerous databases to boast the largest collection online and offline information. This is designed to help you locate anyone, anywhere at any given time.
Mylife.com can also connects you to Yahoo, Facebook, MSN, and over 50 other internet social-networking websites. The site claims to be the most effective and efficient way to find everyone in your life.
Have you ever thought about who you may be related to? Do you think or believe you may be related to royalty? Would you like to create a family tree just to know your history or genealogy?
If you answered yes to just one of the previous questions then ancestory.com could be what you need.
Ancestory.com is the world’s largest family website designed to help anyone wishing to locate their ancestors. You can browse census records for surnames and connect with forums to share information to help build your family tree.
It’s a place where you can look up records for your ancestor’s birth, death, marriage, records, and...