When relationships end and the spouse is suspected of infidelity, social media can be a treasure trove of photo's, written comments, and possibly, tracking the location of the spouse.
Is this really evidence and does it replace visual verification by a Private Investigator? "No, not on the basis of social media alone"
Social media is often faked. It is not uncommon for someone to create an email account, facebook account, twitter, and more recently, a phone number and "pretend" to be another person. The motives for doing this vary from one individual to another but in most instances it is not for the benefit of the person they are pretending to be.
In a civil setting this information can be easily discounted because it is very easy to establish fake accounts. Independent, third-party investigation-verification of a spouses infidelity is essential for an effective civil process.
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