Googleganger

Googleganger

(ˈɡuːɡəlˌɡæŋə)
n
a person with whom one shares one’s name, discovered when typing one’s name into an internet search engine
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Googleganger

A person with the same name as oneself who is discovered when ego-surfing on Google.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Wellington, Feb 4 (ANI): The term "googleganger", which describes a person, who emerges among online search results for one's own name, has been named as word of the year by the Macquarie Dictionary.
Butler's googleganger is a Florida author who wrote East to the Dawn, a 1997 biography of pioneer aviator Amelia Earhart.
Competing for top honors were green as a prefix or compounding form (e.g., green-washing); Facebook (all parts of speech); waterboarding, and googleganger.
In addition to beating out other real estate terms, subprime had stiff competition from the words Facebook, green and Googleganger (another person with the same name who shows up when you Google yourself).