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Face-Palming Insurance Fraud Fails - Part 2

As technology and social media channels continue to evolve, their influence on law practice is increasing dramatically. Given social media’s accessibility and ease of use, it has quickly become an unrivaled source of evidence in many court cases.

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4 Reasons it Pays to Comply with FINRA & SEC Recordkeeping Laws

Complying with your industry's record keeping regulations may seem like a given; yet stories of non-compliance continue to circulate in the news. Unaware of the significant harms of failing to meet regulations, many organizations are overlooking...

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PageFreezer Adds Support for Nixle Archiving

by Sylva on August 24, 2017 in Social Media, nixle

Nixle is a mass emergency and business notification provider for 8000 organizations, law enforcement agencies and schools. It proactively manages incident communications to keep people safe and informed through voice, sms, email and social media...

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Legal Lessons Learned: 5 Times Digital Evidence Was Denied in Court

Cases involving online evidence have continued to increase at a rapid pace, aiding cases all the way from workplace harassment to copyright infringement. Digital evidence relevant to all these cases can come in a variety of forms; such as tweets,...

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PageFreezer Releases Report on Enterprise Social Media Featuring Gartner Research

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Thursday, January 26, 2017   — With the popular growth of enterprise social media networks like Microsoft Yammer and Facebook Workplace, PageFreezer has released a new report entitled “The Rise of Enterprise Social...

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WebQA partners with PageFreezer to Deliver Website Compliance for Governments

Woodridge, Illinois, December 21, 2016 -  WebQA announced today that it has partnered with PageFreezer to expand its Government Public Records Compliance Suite within its GovQA division. This new partnership will allow GovQA to offer industry...

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Capturing Government Social Media Content for Open Records Compliance

Social Media as Federal Records

Social media is heavily relied on by citizens and businesses for a wealth of information - from service updates, to employment information and changes in the law. It also benefits governments by helping them...

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Capturing Website & Social Media MetaData

by Sylva on September 28, 2016 in Social Media, Data, ediscovery

What is Metadata?

Despite how active we are online, it’s easy to forget the value of information we leave behind when browsing, clicking, and sharing information, particularly on social media platforms. This digital DNA of our online habits and...

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PageFreezer Releases New Public Portal to Improve Government Transparency

PageFreezer has released a new solution enabling government agencies to provide public access to their web and social media archives. Historic government website and social media data can now be made easily accessible through a public portal with...

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Face-Palming Insurance Fraud Fails - Part 1

by Sylva on May 10, 2016 in Social Media, social media archiving

Social media is increasingly being used in investigations of all kinds. Already, 86% of investigators are using social media 2-3 times per month in the course of their duties (1), helping to solve crimes quicker or prevent them from happening...

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