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Google Launches 'People Finder' to aid Japan Quake Victims

Google has launched an international message board in order to help friends and family locate their loved ones in Japan. According to Busines Insider, 88,000 people are currently missing.

The free service, called Person Finder: 2011 Japan Earthquake, allows people to either post updates about themselves or search for information already posted about someone else:

People looking to provide information are taken to a detailed screen that allows them to input a plethora of data:

Those looking to gather information need only to type in part of a person's name and can search the results:

Google launched similar services to aid both the recent New Zealand quake as well as last year's devastating rumbling in Haiti.

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