Google Earth satellite images have become notorious for capturing images of ancient ruins, military installations as well as missile sites. In yet another bizarre example of the spying power of wired technology in the hands of the public, the UK’s Daily Mail is reporting that Google Earth’s satellite images have caught nude sunbathers in the […]
On September 29, 2006 a US House Congressional Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations will hold a hearing on “Internet Data Brokers and Pretexting: Who Has Access to Your Private Records?” The hearing is scheduled to begin @ 10 AM EST. You will be able to watch the hearing through a live web cast and get […]
RCFP.org provides a useful Open Government Guide to all 50 US states’ open records laws and open meetings public records. You can browse the open records directory by state or search the open public records laws by keyword. The directory provides users with open record laws, a list of open records that are included or […]
According to the Associated Press, a high school assistant principle is suing two students, after they created a MySpace people profile with her name and posted false information and obscene comments and pictures about her. You can read the entire article on USA Today at Official sues students over MySpace page.
TechCrunch has announced today that the popular social network site FaceBook is allowing open registration. FaceBook contains millions of user profiles and people listings. Skip tracers, private investigators and background research professionals will now have a valuable new search tool, in addition to MySpace and other social network sites, for doing people searches, background searches […]