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Divorce Attorneys Using Social Networking Profiles As Evidence In Contested Divorce Cases

  • October 18th, 2010 by SEM Contributor
Social networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace and Twitter are intended to act as online communities where people can publically share information about themselves and connect with others.  Many individuals choose to share photos or comment on their day-to-day activities but may not realize that information posted on social networking sites can be used as evidence against them in a… Read more

Watch Out! Invasion of the Twitter Bug

  • September 28th, 2010 by Tisha Tolar
There seems to be no end for the new Twitter platform problems. With the launch of the new interface, a security loophole was introduced. Early morning fixes plugged loopholes in the virus that turned tweets different colors. The Twitter blog named it the “onMouseOver” flaw in its’ blog. The tweet color conversion happened as the mouse scrolled over the tweet… Read more

Tubri: In Real Life People Aren’t Always Friends

  • August 30th, 2010 by SEM Contributor
Most modern lives are made up of many complex social bonds to different groups of people. In the real world there are certain social conventions which we uphold, often behaving very differently depending on whether we are talking to our boss, partner, friends or work colleagues. In cyberspace though things have become a little bit more open, with conventions and… Read more