Evidence To Collect For Social Media Discovery

Evidence To Collect For Social Media Discovery

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The digital content on each social media platform reaches millions of data points from individual posts to direct messages. Traditional social media collection techniques consume resources and produce outdated data. Numerous cases also show legal counsel were denied requests for a plaintiff’s entire social media account to be collected, based on the invasiveness or current methods. Now, with Novara you’re able to search an entire plaintiff’s social media account for relevant information, export defensible data in a native format, while maintaining privacy. 

  1. Collect, search, and export all social media data quickly. Novara allows you to search millions of posts, from multiple social media platforms, instantly. Custom tailor your searches in Novara to refine the data you collect and export. 

  2. Searches for data with specific date ranges. Set a specific date range when searching to quickly pair down and limit posts and data. Specifically search for information in a set time period, across all social media websites, to collect relevant and authentic data.

  3. Search for nicknames or online usernames to find “hidden” posts. When searching the data, use usernames or nicknames of your client to find information that may not appear in other online searches. Our search engine can pull metadata from posts allowing you to tie names to usernames providing authenticity and defensibility to your exports. 

  4. Choose which type of posts you want to search. Novara can search multiple Social Media platforms simultaneously using a wide array of filters. Specific filters for each platform vary, but with a total of 87 unique filters refining your search and delivering the most relevant data is easy: direct messages, group messages, images, videos, posts clients are tagged in, comments they’ve made, posts they’ve liked, shared articles, and much more.

  5. Produce native, authentic posts. Novara uses metadata and .JSON file structures to provide authentic, real, social media data making the raw code from all data in the account searchable. This information allows you to prove who posted the information and when they posted it. 


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