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Re: Lexis-Nexis' new on-line person locator service
I believe that Lexi-Nexis is a fee-for-service outfit, and a big one at that,
but they must have a Web site even if you can't access it without paying a
subscription fee. To track it down, you might try the Lycos Web search engine
In a message dated 96-06-15 15:44:10 EDT, firstname.lastname@example.org (Kaye Caldwell)
> I saw that news item too - does anyone have a URL for this "service"?
> I could not find it.
> At 04:05 AM 6/15/96 -0400, you wrote:
> >------------ forwarded from -----------
> >Subj: Daily Brief 960614
> >Date: 96-06-14 07:39:14 EDT
> >From: email@example.com
> >To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > THE DAILY BRIEF
> > from
> > INTELLIGENT NETWORK CONCEPTS, INC.
> > FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1996
> >* Lexis-Nexis' new on-line person locator service has removed Social
> > Security numbers from information it provides.
> > - displays the name, birthday, current and former addresses,
> > telephone number and, in some cases, maiden name of virtually
> > anyone who has applied for any type of credit.