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Free people-search sources are plentiful on the Internet. There are huge global search engines with literally trillions of webpages in their databases and there are smaller regional search services that may confine their cataloging of websites to Iran and surrounding areas.
An advantage of monolithic search platforms is the ability to search worldwide for people, so finding someone who hails from Iran may have visited ~ Mexico or may now be living in ~ Europe. If people are mentioned on at least one webpage somewhere in the world, the super search robots may locate them and have them available to present in search efforts.
A disadvantage of the very large search engines is that they may not delve deep into websites to reach archives in the proverbial 'basement' where it may be necessary to follow multiple links to discover a page. Regional search may contain those subpages and provide more details about people.
Phone-number search in Iran can work both ways:
Some people keep the same number for years. Some phones can be reassigned several times making 'reverse phone search' somewhat unreliable.
Iran residents and visitors might be found by searching for in local repositories for telephone numbers.
People in and from Iran may be found by searching email or physical addresses.
A search for Iranians by e-mail is straightforward: Type or copy/paste the address into the search function to see what comes up. If results are few or inadequate, search using only the first part of the address (before the @ sign) as a search parameter. Sometimes people use the same 'username' with multiple e-services.
People in Iran may be located by using all or part of a residence or business address as the search string.
Iranians (and anyone in the world for that matter) might be located by searching the Internet using photographs. This technology is relatively new and will probably improve over time so don't expect accurate results until then.
Using Google as an example, currently the image-search function isn't readily apparent. It appears to be necessary search using a name first then clicking on 'Image' at the top of the search-results page, then uploading or pointing to the photo.
A picture of 'anything' can be used to reverse search as a way of attempting to find the origin of the image. Some artists and publishers use reverse-image search to lookup plagiarized works.
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