Fake Facebook Profile Leads To Lawsuit Between Old Classmates

A man whose personal information was posted on a fake Facebook profile has filed a landmark lawsuit for damages in the UK. A fake personal profile for Mathew Firsht was created on the Facebook social network using his name, date of birth and falsely showing him as a memember or some gay groups. The fake […]

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Whoisi People Search Tracks People With Profiles And RSS Feeds

Whoisi.com is a people search and tracking web site that allows users to add other people and their web profiles and news feeds, and then monitor updates for these people people using social networking profiles and RSS feeds. Whoisi currently supports feeds from Twitter, Flickr, LinkedIn, Picasa and any Atom or RSS news feed. The […]

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Can Google’s Search Engine Predict The Next US President?

A recent article on Search Engine Watch asks whether or not keyword tracking of Google search terms could predict who the next US president will be. The article looks at some regional and candidate name searches from Google Trends to get some insight into who the next president may be. So who will the next […]

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Software Tracks and Predicts People’s Movements and Behaviors

The rise in popularity of devices that locate where people are at any given time, like global positioning systems – GPS – are some of the best selling electronics tools ever. Cellphones now come with GPS chips. All of these search devices produce a lot of information that says something about how people travel and […]

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Tennessee’s New Public Records Law

Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen recently signed into law revised and updated rules for the state’s public records policies. The new public records law puts the duties of Tennessee’s open records ombudsman into law and establishes a seven-day deadline for records custodians to respond to public records requests — or they need to explain why more […]

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