Why Social Media Evidence is so Important
Increasingly, people are sharing and storing greater amounts of information on social media platforms. Frequently, this information is key evidence in family, employment, or other business litigation. When building a case, we forensically collect and preserve this social media evidence from the array of social networks used by your spouse, employee, or business partner.
For example, consider a spouse who posted significant amounts of text, photos, videos and other information online. Messages may have been posted on Facebook, Google+, Tinder, or even photos on Photobucket and Flickr.
In fact, the wealth of information is such that Facebook’s own legal staff have affirmed they receive more subpoenas for information related to family law cases each year than for any other area of the law.
Social Media Forensics
Our forensics experts will find, collect, preserve, and produce your social media evidence. Our forensic procedures ensure that your social media evidence remains admissible in court.
Social Media Investigations
Of course, social media includes more than just social networking sites. It also includes blogs, message-boards, chat rooms, online forums and other, similar sites. Some forums have more privacy safeguards than others, depending on who they expect might or might not see the information. Social media sites are happy to cooperate with legal investigations in cases where probable cause is clear and present, or when subpoenaed to do so.
When building a case, you can collect and review data from the array of social networks used by your spouse, such as: