What is Social Media Surveillance

Social media surveillance uses a proprietary methodology to provide online detection of activity that does not match the claim of a claimant, plaintiff, or defendant. 

Type of Social Media Surveillance, we support - 

  • Business Networks

    • Includes Linked In, ZipRecruiter, Indeed, and others.

  • Social Networks

    • Includes Facebook, Instagram, and other social networks.

  • Online Communities

    • Includes online chat forums and affiliated group forums.

  • Social news sites

    • Includes Reddit, Digg, and other social media sites that broadcast news.

  • Personal websites

    • Including websites created for business or to showcase travel or weddings.

  • Blogs and journals

    • Includes publications on specific topics or trends.

  • Message boards

    • Includes comments, threads, and chatrooms.

  • Microblogs

    • Includes Twitter and other similar platforms.​​

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