There should be a new reality TV show called, “People Post the Darndest Things.” I think most people would be shocked to see what Social Media Investigators see on a daily basis. It has helped thousands of fake workman’s comp cases because people will post things like jumping off a diving board after filing a […]
DIY platforms and other data gathering programs are great, but before you consider them to be inaccurate or not helpful, keep in mind that they are only as good as the person using them for research.
Playing outside with your grandchildren, casting a fishing line or running a marathon can seem like harmless, healthy fun. But physical activity could lead to denial of Social Security disability benefits if your activity shows up on Facebook or Instagram. Is it fair for the government to go through your social media? On the other […]
What is Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)? Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) is defined as data and information that is collected legally from open and publicly available resources. Obtaining the information doesn’t require any type of secretive method and is retrieved in a manner that is legal and meets copyright requirements. The Internet has all the information […]
Even if you haven’t heard of the term “dark web”, you can probably discern that it’s not a great place to be. This anonymous, virtually untraceable area of the internet makes it ripe for illegal activity. When you surf the internet, you’re just scratching the surface. “Only about 5% of the internet is actually indexed […]