The MySpace social network has over 100 million people registered. Every day over 200,000 new people register for a MySpace account. Private investigators, skip tracers, legal professionals and law enforcement officials cannot ignore the wealth of public information and free people search opportunities that exist on this growing social network. MySpace offers a very functional […]
We never cease to be amazed at the numerous ways Web 2.0 creators are coming up with to allow people to share more and more personal information online with the entire world. We also never cease to be amazed at how many people are willing to put their lives and personal information on display for […]
In an article that shows just how small the world has become with networked technology, the Liverpool Echo reports on a Dallas, Texas man, who reported a crime to local police that he was witnessing on a live web cam that was located in Liverpool, England. An Internet user in America caught a gang of […]
Will the next generation of the web’s top search engines be human-created, social networks, like del.icio.us; mathematical algorithm-based, like Google, or a combination of both? This recent CNET News article discusses the search possibilities and the future of search engine results. From the article — In an acknowledgement that some questions may be better answered […]
Here is an interesting audio clip of NPR’s Steve Inskeep interviewing Stephen Viscusi, CEO of the Viscusi Group, about the practice of employers using social network sites like MySpace, Friendster and Facebook to do background research on employees and potential employees. You can listen to the interview @ Employers Tap Web for Employee Information.