France has its equivalent of the White Pages, known as Pages Blanches. It allows a user to search by a person's name and address details, such as postal codes and city names.Know More
To use Pages Blanches, the user should enter the person's last name in the Nom or Qui? box and any address details, if known, in the Où? box. Clicking on Trouver brings up the search results. The Annuaire Telephonique France and Lannuaire also provide similar search engines.
French personal privacy laws are overseen by the National Data Processing and Liberties Commission, or the CNIL. In France, as of 2014, every person has a right to contact a database or other directory to find out if he or she is listed and to find out what information concerning him or her the database or directory has. Each person may also directly ask the database or directory to correct or delete his or her personal information. Additionally, the person may require that his or her information not be used for advertising or other commercial purposes. If the person is not successful in getting help from the database or directory or the database or directory does not cooperate, the person may ask the CNIL to take action on his or her behalf.Learn more about Public Records
It’s possible to find a person’s address by looking him up online via search engines such as Google, people directories such as White Pages and social networking sites such as Facebook. One needs to supply the search websites with personal identifiers, e.g., a username, an email address or a location.Full Answer >
Reverse phone lookup is a service wherein a person can identify a caller by entering the phone number into a search engine to look up the person or business that owns it. The service is offered free of charge by most online search directories, including Whitepages and Yellowpages.Full Answer >
Locate the current address of a person who has moved by sending a letter to the person's last known address, reviewing social media platforms or utilizing an online address database. You can also contact mutual friends and family members and search court records.Full Answer >
Usually, it is not possible for strangers to find out where someone lives through the Internet unless that person has made his or her address public. However, hackers and identity thieves can use illegal methods to extract personal information through the Internet. Therefore, Internet users should take precautions to protect their personal data.Full Answer >