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Social Media Surveillance

Social Media Surveillance Social Media in divorce cases 81% of the nation's top divorce attorneys say that over the past they have seen an increase in the number of cases using social networking as evidence. years, In a study conducted by a law firm, out of 6000 5,436 5000 divorce cases 4000 3000 2000 1000 f 1,087 cases cited that illicit affairs started with the social networking site Facebook. Look for these Signs If any of this sounds familiar, here are a few common signs your significant other may be cheating: Their laptop slams shut whenever you enter the room. They get angry, upset or anxious if they see you touching their phone. Computers and phones that used to not be password protected are now on lockdown. Hours spent online have replaced the time you would usually spend connecting as a couple. Your partner picks a fight, seems distant towards you or acts unusually after spending extended periods of time online. 5 tips for spying using social media Create a fake social media profile. Send a flirty message and see if you get a reply. 2 Use log in information. If you have access to his or her password. Gain access to private messages and a full profile that may be private otherwise. 3 Use apps on your significant other's phone. Apps made for Smartphones will open to the owners profile with no password necessary. 4 Ask a friend for help. See if your loved one is keeping things private via social media (posts, pictures) look at his or her profile from another friend's. 5 Don't Get Caught! Avoid getting caught by snooping in a location unfamiliar to your significant other. In other words, don't risk getting caught by spying at home. Go to a coffee shop, library, or a friend's house. Sources _b_1497823.html r-relationship/a/50001/2 MCM NationalPositions Investigations Profitable Internet Marketing Cн

Social Media Surveillance

shared by InfographicMarketing on May 22
Do you know how you can use social media to spy on your loved one who may be cheating? Find out what you should know by referring to the infographic by MCM Investigations. http://www.mcminvestigation...


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