For those of you who never served as a juror, one of the first things that the judge instructs the jury on is not to look at any media. This includes Social Media. However, this is not always taken seriously, as was the events during the El Chapo case. It is serious enough where it […]
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 […]
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock you have heard of Craigslist. Craigslist is a great resource for selling things, finding apartments and jobs, locating services and meeting people. Most of the time transactions go smoothly and both seller and buyer are satisfied with the Craigslist experience. But lately more and more people are being […]