Dec 6, 2010 3:43 PM by David Ortiviz

That's my house! Website stores personal information

Your address, martial status, and even a picture of your house may be available online. They're features of an online search engine called

News First 5 wanted to share this website with you, so you know how much of your personal information is available to the public online.

An undercover officer we spoke with says Spokeo and other websites may also collect personal information you share online. "If you don't want it out on the web, and people to see it, don't put it there in the first place," said Det. Scott Grinstead, with the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office. "It's there forever," he added.

Spokeo says it will remove a profile upon request. Click on their pirvacy link on the bottom of their website for more details.


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