Let's be real, we can all get a little nosey from time to time. It's a big reason why a lot of us like to dig through luxurious properties or the former home of a couple of monsters. In a recent exploration of the marvel we call "the internet", we discovered a map that is causing a stir on the internet.

A map revealing the owner of any property in Boise

When exploring Reddit, we came across a post from Reddit user "stenuto" who shared that he had made a map that reveals who owns various properties in Boise...

And it's massive.

It had some Reddit users divided on whether or not the map revealed too much information while others praised the user-friendly interface that had all that info in one place.

Read on to see what people are saying about the map and how to get to it...

SOUND OFF: Is This Map Of Boise Property Owners A Good Or Bad Thing?

Trying to figure out who owns that fancy building up the street? This map can show you...

Sounds controversial, right? The name of the website is called BoiseParcels.com and there is little information about the open-source info other than Reddit user u/stenuto claims to have created it. Do you think the map is useful or dangerous? Let us know your thoughts here.

The concept of a map revealing personal information like this isn't necessarily new. As a matter of fact, there is even a map that can show you if your neighbor is cooking meth. And while that's useful, Nampa recently rolled out an interactive map that reveals if your neighbors are committing dangerous crimes.

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