Whistleblower Posts Video on YouTube

In yet another example of the growing influence of online social networks, the Washington Post is reporting on a whistleblower from Lockheed Martin, who posted his concerns about security flaws on a fleet of Coast Guard boats in a video commentary on YouTube.com after being ignored by his bosses and government engineers. From the article […]

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Web 2.0 – Making People Searching Free & Simple

There is a lot of “buzz” now about Web 2.0 sites being the top “go-to” places on the internet. Web 2.0 can best be described as the “social and collaborative web”, where people do social networking on MySpace; blogging; wiki building on WikiPedia or sharing videos on YouTube. However, there is a new and unique […]

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Identity Theft – 10 Steps for Protecting Your Personal Information

The Federal Citizen Information Center states that over 88 million personal data records for US citizens have been exposed in security breaches since February 2005. Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in the country. The FCIC advises the following 10 steps to protect your personal information from identity theft: • Check your credit reports […]

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Yahoo Real Estate Search Enhancements

TechCrunch is reporting on some new improvements to the Yahoo Real Estate Search site. Among the improvements on the Yahoo Real Estate Search: 1. Yahoo now supports finding and listing a house. 2. Researching the neighborhood (schools and community). 3. Finding a local realtor. 4. Getting a mortgage loan based on local rates. 5. Valuing […]

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MySpace People Search

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 […]

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