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Announcing WebPreserver v.2: Enhanced Social Media Discovery With Just One Click

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Sept. 28, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Webpreserver Software, Inc. (http://webpreserver.com) is pleased to announce the launch of the second version of its webpage and social media capture solution for legal investigations. Developed and enhanced specifically for social media Discovery, the newest offering from WebPreserver makes it possible for firms, investigators, and law enforcement […]
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Gathering Web Evidence Effectively and Efficiently

Our world is constantly changing, and the way attorneys litigate must change with it.  With the advent of social media and the tremendous growth of the web in the last two decades, the way we connect with one another has fundamentally shifted. As a result, the practice of law has shifted too. Social media allows […]
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How to Validate a Digital Signature

How WebPreserver can prove evidence it captures is authentic using digital signatures and timestamps Trust. It’s a simple concept. But it’s the root of commerce, and a cornerstone of the digital economy. But, the old elements of trust do not cut it in the digital economy. There’s no handshake, no looking the other party in […]
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Social Media Evidence

Can a Post (Tweet, update, snap, etc.) be used as evidence? As with all things legal, it’s in the details; what are you trying to prove; what are the Posts demonstrating; and what corroboration do you have? Beyond that, what are the standards of that particular jurisdiction, or even court, and, can the Post be […]
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Social Media Law

Social media has been around since the campfire, the original social network. Sure, technology has created new opportunities but the fundamentals haven’t changed. We’ve been lying, cheating and stealing for thousands of years and laws have been codified to deal with it. So, social media law is nothing different. The laws in place to cover […]
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Social Media Investigation

People like to talk. That’s what we do, even when we know it’s not the best thing to do. Gossip, spreading rumours, bragging — if something happens, you know someone will talk about it — someone always cracks. Law enforcement officials, lawyers and investigators have always known this. That’s why social media is a godsend; […]
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Facebook Forensics

Recent reports show over one billion people were on Facebook on one day. One billion people! Most were there to catch up with friends, see some trending content, or just to waste some time. With a crowd that large, you know there are a fair bit of nefarious activities going on. Whether it’s trashing someone’s […]
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Cyberbullying Infographic

81% of youths say bullying online is easier to get away with than bullying in person Given the dynamic phenomenon of online and electronic messaging, posting and more, it’s no surprise that with these technological advances have come some casualties. Cyber harassment and bullying has been one of the most destructive and widespread impacts on […]
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New Reddit Content Policy & Crackdown

In the latest update on community news forum Reddit, moderators have taken new steps to clamp down on controversial and offensive content on the site: by introducing a new parameter of content guidelines. Traditionally Reddit has always stood for a strong, almost aggressive, standard of free speech, with former CEO Yishan Wong stat that “This […]
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SEC investigates fake Twitter story

In the vast space of the Twittersphere, amidst increasing limitations on content policies and clampdowns on trolls – due to a mass of parody and unverified accounts lies a minefield of potential litigation death traps. Given the rate at which stories travel and influencers act online with the potential to reach the masses in a […]
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