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 […]
Executives at Hewlett-Packard aren’t the only people playing “Spy vs. Spy”. According to a recent LA Times article, in our current high-tech, wired and Google world, I spy, you spy, we all spy on people; but we only get mad when someone else spies on us. From the article — Women Google prospective dates. Neighbors […]
Congress mandated that consumers have access to their credit reports free of charge in the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003. For anyone concerned about their credit rating, identity theft or their credit history, it is advisable to get a free copy of your credit report. In addition, pulling a copy of your […]
Roland Piquepaille at ZDNet.com discusses a National Geographic article on the use of fly eyes for helping digital cameras and surveillance systems to “see” better. From the article — Even with our sophisticated cameras, we can sometimes get poor pictures. This usually happens because cameras use an average light setting to control brightness. When parts […]