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Sheilann Spain Local time: 19:39 Spanish to English
Aug 13, 2004
This afternoon I keyed my name into Google, just to see what would come up. I was surprised to find two hits directly from Proz. One was my profile page and the other, believe it or not, was a question to which I'd given a peer response. I hadn't even posted the question or suggested an answer. I have no doubts as to the integrity of members, but I would like to find sme explanation for this. Have any other Prozians experienced the same? The Google hits are: www.proz.com/pro/24710 www.proz.com/kudoz/777473 What worries me is disclosure of my personal information. Look forward to any replies. www.proz.com/kudoz/777473
[Edited at 2004-08-13 19:17]
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