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Video: Using Yik Yak to Make Online Threats

12/17/2015 » Privacy, Safety, Smartphones, Social Media, Television, Video

Recently Yik Yak, an anonymous social network app has been in the news recently due to posting of threats to college campuses across the country. Here, we will break down what Yik Yak is, why it’s so popular and why it’s really not anonymous.

Online Privacy – Leiberman Live

1/6/2015 » Radio, Video

Marc Bourne discusses the future of Online Privacy

Fusion Network – The Morning Show – Cyber Stalking

1/13/2014 » Cyber Stalking, Television, Video

Know It All Intelligence Group’s Vice President and Co-Founder, Marc Bourne discusses Cyberstalking and how your social media posts can be leaving a trail for criminals.

ABC Affiliate – RTV6 – Indianapolis, Indiana

3/6/2013 » Facebook, Television, Video

WRTV6 – ABC affiliate in Indianapolis, IN covered a story where we located 2 siblings for a woman who posted on Facebook. She had been searching for over 15 years.

Fox Affiliate – Fox59 – Indianapolis, Indiana

3/6/2013 » Facebook, Television, Video

Story about a woman who has been searching for over 15 years for her half brother and sister. Know It All Intelligence Group found them after she posted a plea for help on Facebook.

ABC NEWS Nightline – Is Partying Online Hurting Your Job Prospects?

1/9/2013 » Background Checks, Professional Investigations, Television, Video

Know It All Intelligence Group Vice President and Co-Founder, Marc Bourne interviewed on ABC News Nightline. Know It All Intelligence Group is a nationwide security and investigations firm specializing in employment background checks and professional investigations.

Video: Is Partying Online Hurting Your Job Prospects?

1/9/2013 » Social Media, Video

Expert says more employers are looking at how applicants portray themselves in social media.

Can Social Media Antics Hurt Job Prospects?

1/9/2012 » Articles, Social Media, Video

Mark Bourne, the vice president and co-founder of Know It All Intelligence Group in Bensalem, Pa., which runs background checks on job applicants for other companies, said that the digital dirt they dig up could cost applicants the job. He said students especially, even high school students looking to get into college, need to be aware of how they present themselves online. “[Employers] are looking to see how the applicant portrays themselves online, whether they are professional online, whether or not they are going to be a good fit for the company, and along the way, if there happens to be dirt, and then they will want to know,” Bourne said. He said he believes that many students don’t understand… [read more »]