Sunday, March 13, 2011

Shortly after the earthquake and tsunami Japan, Google directly open the service Google Person Finder. This service helps people keep track of the status of relatives, friends, or colleagues in Japan to an unknown fate after disaster.

Google in Japanese language blog write Google Person Finder is a simple tool that can be used to check the security of family and friend. This service basically provides two forms of reporting. First, a form to report the names of people who want to know his fate. Second, the form to report the fate of someone who entered in the search list.

The data reported are included in the database so that everyone can do a search, whether the name is still sought, as well as the names of known fate. Less than a day has been recorded that there were 26 200 list of people who are informed citizens. However, Google stresses that the accuracy of the data can not be guaranteed due to all the information entered by the user.

This service is not the first released by Google. When the earthquake struck Christchurch, New Zealand, last month, Google Person Finder has also been provided. In addition to Person Finder service, Google also has made a special crisis center website for Japanese disaster which provides important information including the status of airports, railways, and power outages following information map.

Click here to access Google Person Finder 2011 Japan Earthquake.

Google Person Finder 2011 Japan Earthquake

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