Google Launches Google Person Finder to help missing person
Google a Search Giant has launched Google Person Finder to help people finding their loved ones who are missing.
Google launches person finder mainly for the Uttarakhand flood incident.
Google Person Finder helps people reconnect with friends and loved ones in the aftermath of natural and humanitarian disasters. Google launches Google Person Finder in response to a crisis, government and nonprofit organizations can help people locate each other by spreading the word, using the data, and adding information.
How Google Person Finder will help
First you have to go to the link http://google.org/personfinder/2013-uttrakhand-floods/
If you have information about any missing person you need to fillup one form, please see below form what all data can be entered.
If you want to know about missing person, you have to just type missing names and search and you can see below how result will appear:
You can access the Google Person Finder here also:
Uttarakhand in India has been ravaged by floods with around 150 dead and more than 15,000 Missing according to the latest statistics. As the government of India battles to save lives, Google is doing its bit to help people by launching a web application ‘Google Person Finder’— a temporary tool set up to help people find their missing friends or relatives.
People can call on the following numbers to get an update.
Uttarkashi: (+91) 1374-226461
Chamoli: (+91) 1372-251437, 9411352136
Rudraprayag: (+91) 1364-233727, 9412914875
Tehri: (+91) 1376-233433, 9411548090
Kedarnath: (+91) 1364-233727
Control Room (Uttarakhand): (+91) 135-2710334, 9557444486
Google had a similar tool during the Boston Marathon Bombing in April this year, to help Bostonians find missing people. All data entered into Google Person Finder is available to the public and searchable and accessible by anyone. Google does not review or verify the accuracy of the data.