How much would you pay to keep your private life private? The News on 6 found a website that's setting the price of privacy and it's a lot lower than you think.
News on 6 anchor Terry Hood has a shocking look at how much information you can get for free.
The web site is called Zabasearch.com. The web site operators say "Zaba" means free and you get lots of personal information, just with someone's name.
A simple search will provide you with birthdates, phone numbers, and addresses from the places you've lived up to 10 years ago.
The News on 6 went to Kaffe Bona, an Internet cafe in south Tulsa. Customers there were shocked to see the same search will also bring up satellite photos of your house, detailed enough to count the cars in your driveway and to see if anyone's playing in the backyard. Michael Johns: "I can check out what kind of ride you have at your house, and how many dogs." Joseph MacKenzie: "It almost makes me laugh because my mom used to give me directions based upon trees, barns and houses, so this is almost like going back to that, but it's also unsettling to see the rest of it's out there, your numbers and birthdates, whether you're on the Internet or not.â€
Even more information is available if you're willing to pay for it.