Deep Web in the News By now, you may have heard the term “Deep Web” as it has been used ubiquitously in the media. With the major break-up of the now infamous website The Silk Road that was found on the anonymous TOR network, the mainstream media has incorrectly been interchanging the TOR network and […]
If you are not happy with the results below please do another search
151 search results for: data harvesting
We’ve been counting down our most viewed Deep Web University posts of 2013 and it is now time for the most viewed post of 2013: Why You Should Tap into the Deep Web in 2013!
We posted top post #4 last week in case you missed it. Now it’s time for top post #3 in our post countdown of the top 4 Deep Web University posts of 2013. Top post #3 is [whitepaper] Understanding the Deep Web in 10 Minutes.
The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) is the world’s largest anti-fraud organization and a premier provider of anti-fraud training and education. With over 70,000 members, the ACFE is helping to reduce business fraud worldwide. ACFE offers live events, as well as seminars, webinars, and on-site training. One of our own was just featured by […]
In our previous post, we covered the history of search and Deep Web Harvesting learning how search started and where we are today. In this post we hope to continue that conversation and discuss: The current form of search How is it evolving to Search 2.0 What’s in store for Search 3.0
The World Wide Web provides law enforcement agencies an incredible opportunity to legally collect information. This information can include content about illegal activities and threats to public safety that are very relevant to law enforcement and other public safety agencies. Our BlueJay service is a Twitter crime scanner for law enforcement, but often agencies want […]
When demoing our products, we often spend a lot of time answering questions about how BrightPlanet’s solutions are different than a regular Google search. Potential users often want BrightPlanet to search a certain keyword for them across the entire web. We don’t do that. Discover what we do, why it’s different than a Google search, […]
Police departments around the world use Twitter as a means of sharing information with their communities. BrightPlanet recently completed a study to uncover exactly how police departments are using Twitter.
The government and military love to use acronyms, and one of those acronyms is OSINT. Learn what it stands for, what it has to do with Big Data from the Deep Web, and why it isn’t just a government acronym.
We are less than a day away from the 24-Hour Law Enforcement Tweet-a-thon. Starting Friday at 8 a.m., law enforcement agencies worldwide will tweet police activity for 24 hours to create awareness about police work and the issues police face, as well as to promote the use of social media in policing. Over 150 agencies […]