Private Investigator Twitter Tweets as of June 3, 2009

PIbuzz: Third-party Web tracking: How does it affect anonymous online investigations by info researchers? http://is.gd/NtZy
2009-06-03 21:03:06 · Reply · View
PIbuzz: California legislation that is top priority for investigators: http://tinyurl.com/phkxlp #pilife #aiip
2009-06-03 20:02:43 · Reply · View
PIbuzz: Ca Assoc. of Licensed Investigators Conf., June 11-13, Burlingame. Keynote: Jim Cooney, Duke LaCrosse Defense Attorney. http://is.gd/NqIq
2009-06-03 19:51:01 · Reply · View
PIbuzz: Investigative database provider IRB taps extensive customer base of private investigators for social networking venture. http://is.gd/Nq8f
2009-06-03 19:41:41 · Reply · View
PIbuzz: RT @TimKoster: "Neighbor Alert" Shows by zip code who has moved into the area with a criminal record. http://is.gd/Nnif
2009-06-03 18:36:32 · Reply · View
PIbuzz: Today’s training tip in database and Internet research: Wildcard search Alameda County FBNs. Example: %sweeper. Try it : http://is.gd/MLoJ
2009-06-03 01:46:05 · Reply · View
PIbuzz: RT @r3investigator RT @totaldefense Criminals use social media http://bit.ly/1Ka5x1 Not a good to broadcast your travel details on Twitter
2009-06-01 16:16:51 · Reply · View
PIbuzz: RT @Cindy_Shamel:Wrote on search tools for finding audio, video, and image files. http://bit.ly/18lr48 W/ SE aggregator tip: samepoint com
2009-05-29 18:50:11 · Reply · View
PIbuzz: Why can’t we search criminal court records online in Alameda County by defendant name? Docket number required. http://is.gd/IP59
2009-05-29 07:35:42 · Reply · View
PIbuzz: Newspaper revenue sources at odds with Internet public records. Nevada AB307 would have put list of taxpayers online. http://is.gd/IOrU
2009-05-29 07:16:16 · Reply · View
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