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Employers Use Facebook It may not seem quite fair, but it’s true that employers routinely view the Facebook profiles of their employees and potential employees. By now, most of us have heard horror stories regarding unfortunate workers who have been disciplined or even terminated for things that they shared on Facebook, not realizing that their employers were monitoring their personal profiles. For example, there have been many reported instances where an employee called in sick and the employer found out…
Friday, 01 November 2013 00:00

Twitter Takes Over with Teens

In the competition between social networks, Twitter has edged ahead of Facebook in popularity - at least among American teens. At least that’s what the results of a recent survey seem to indicate. The survey, which was conducted by Piper Jaffray, shows that roughly 26 percent of young Americans said that Twitter is now their social network of choice, with Facebook lagging behind at 23 percent. Within just one year, Facebook has dropped from 42 percent in terms of popularity…
Tuesday, 29 October 2013 00:00

Phone Bugging

The History of Phone Bugging Phone call surveillance has a long and colorful history. Ever since there have been telephones, there have been phone bugs. For law enforcement agents, spy organizations and even criminals themselves, phone bugging has been one of the easiest and most popular means of eavesdropping on conversations. And as phone technology has evolved, so have phone bugging techniques. Phone bugging, also known as phone tapping or wiretapping, has been around since the 1890s. The term “wiretapping”…
Friday, 25 October 2013 00:00

Viber Spy

Viber and its Future Since Viber was first introduced in 2010 for use on iPhones, the app has become extremely popular and now boasts over 200 million users worldwide. Viber users are now able to install the software on a number of systems and devices, including Android, Mac OS, Windows Phone, Blackberry OS and several others. The app successfully went head to head with Skype and offers not only free texting and calling worldwide, but also the ability to share…
Tuesday, 22 October 2013 00:00

iMessage Spy

The Amazing Popularity of iMessage iMessage is part of a texting revolution that has changed the way we use our smartphones. It is no longer necessary to pay a service provider for SMS texting, and systems such as iMessage also allow the user to send photos, videos and other multimedia content within a texting format. iMessage is available for free to anyone who owns an iOS device - this includes iPhones, iPods, iPads or any Mac computer with an iOS.…