New Blog: A Guide To Social Media Intelligence Gathering (SOCMINT)

  • Social media sites open up numerous opportunities for online investigations because of the vast amount of useful information located in one place. For example, you can get a great deal of personal information about any person worldwide by just checking their Facebook page. Such information often includes the person of interest’s connections on Facebook, political views, religion, ethnicity, country of origin, personal images and videos, spouse name (or marital status), home and work addresses, frequently visited locations, social activities (e.g., Sports, theater, and restaurant visits), work history, education, important event dates (such as birth date, graduation date, relationship date, or the date when left/start a new job), and social interactions.

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    Mitchell Paul

      Really good article! I’m just starting to look more closely at this type of work, it really is incredible what a skilled investigator in this field is capable of uncovering.

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