No. Social media evidence can be hard to come by these days, but when working with SMI Aware, you can rest assured that they are fully aware of all of the legal ethics rules when it comes to conducting social media investigations.
One of the major ethics rules governing social media investigation prohibits people from engaging in deception. This rule can be violated when someone creates a fake profile or misrepresents themselves when collecting or obtaining social media evidence. SMI Aware’s team of independent social media investigation experts do not misrepresent themselves or create fake profiles when collecting the information. This gives your law firm peace of mind knowing that all of the social media evidence that they have collected has been done in an ethically compliant manner.