Automated tools for social media evidence gathering is not recommended. The risk of false positives is too great, and these automated tools are not able to provide a human element that can make the difference to your case.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our application for the Relativity workspace. Users will be able to order social media and web intelligence reports directly from their workspace within Relativity, the e-discovery platform. Whether its litigation, information … Read More
The need to verify social media evidence and avoid fake news has become evident in the United States and abroad. Do you know how to tell the difference between credible online stories, social media and web evidence? By now, we’ve … Read More
It’s a well-established fact. Eyewitness testimony isn’t always accurate. For one reason or another, people sometimes get it wrong. Because of the unreliable nature of eyewitness testimony, police, investigators and legal professionals all must do their due diligence to find … Read More
The latest news cycle involving social media relates to Facebook and the mid-term elections in the U.S. Facebook announced on Tuesday that it identified pages and accounts created by internet trolls and bots to spread misinformation campaigns on social media … Read More
There is generally no argument that social media and the web represent a valuable source of digital evidence for legal and fraud detection professionals. The advent of the social web has changed the game for investigators as subjects now can … Read More
Social media and technology impact our lives in more ways than we can imagine. There are broader applications to the user-generated content that we consume and produce on a daily basis beyond our everyday interactions with smartphones and social media. … Read More