This 1 hour training will explore how to investigate and obtain materials from social networking sites – your client’s and other witnesses. Sites such as “MySpace” and “Facebook” are regularly mined for photos, writings and other information not only by police, but by probation, parole, military recruiters, potential employers and schools. Definitely a trap for the unwary and unsophisticated, along with a morass of privacy and identification issues for investigators and attorneys. Please join us for an interesting session with two pros in the field.
DATE: Wednesday, February 18, 2009
TIME: 12:00 - 1:15 p.m.
LOCATION: 233 A Street , 10th fl. Conf. Rm.
ALL ARE WELCOME
Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Okay, so I have been busy! A couple of trials I've been focusing on for the last few months have resolved unsuccessfully, and my life is mine again!
Lets see, some stuff I've been working on? Trying to figure out how to get out my information on advanced Social Networking Investigation Techniques that I've held back on posting here due to security concerns. I've set up DefenderWiki which is still in its testing phase and I'm toying with the idea of just setting up a FAQ for Social Networking Investigation but I'm not sure how any of this is going to work yet.
Other news? This week, I'm happy to announce that you'll hopefully be seeing my first guest blogger! I will still be posting of course, but I wanted to keep this blawg a little more fresh than its been and since I've been a little weak on the posts lately. I thought some more faces would keep things more interesting around here! I'm hoping it works out.
If anyone reading this has any stories of budget cuts in their offices, I'd be curious to hear about them. This shouldn't be limited to California offices. I just wanted to see what other investigators are seeing out there and find out the effects of this crappy economy on other offices.
I know this is a little last minute but for those attorneys and investigators in the San Diego area, I just found an announcement for a 1 hour training involving Social Networking that is good for MCLE credit:
I'm a little jealous that I'm not involved with any trainings but what is an anonymous blawging investigator really going to do? This training looks like its being done by the Public Defenders Office in San Diego County.