By Jared Nielsen, Marketing — Lies are told every day. Some are small and inconsequential while others are large and very harmful. Most people rely on their gut to tell them if someone is lying to them. For instance, you aren’t going to perform an investigation or strap someone to a ...
December 22, 2015WebKeeper
By David Hales, Marketing — Working for the government has many advantages. You have access to hundreds of resources and are able to find and locate sensitive information at ease. People within these government agencies are trusted with confidential information such as social security numbers, names, passport numbers, etc. That is ...
December 17, 2015WebKeeper
By Brandon Peterson, Marketing — Have you ever thought about where your cell phone came from? How about your computer or any of the consumer goods you use on a daily basis? Everything you purchase has gone through a complex, global supply chain. To get into your hands, these goods have ...
December 8, 2015WebKeeper
By Sean Dame, Marketing — Airlines didn’t used to concern themselves too much with empty or low volume flights. Very often you could be one of six people on a Boeing 747, and it was normal. Today, of course, the airlines understand the cost that these flights imposed on their companies ...
December 2, 2015WebKeeper
By Ross Watts, Marketing — Impunity, in countries such as Mexico, is one of the leading reasons people are dissatisfied with their government. It leads to dishonesty and lack of trust by the people in their government; however, a legitimate effort to thwart impunity in its tracks could potentially help reverse ...
November 23, 2015WebKeeper
By Jared Nielsenm, Marketing — Wherever Uber or Lyft start operating, two things seem to happen in rapid succession. First, they take the market by storm—disrupting the cab companies’ business. Second, they face a backlash over lax security in selecting drivers. While part of this backlash is fueled by taxi cab ...
November 18, 2015WebKeeper
By David Hales, Marketing — Many have mastered the art of pressured lying—quickly creating elaborate stories to cover the truth while acting calm under the stress of a situation. The type of lies people tell not only hurt their own moral character but it hurts the people around them. In many ...
November 10, 2015WebKeeper
By Brandon Peterson, Marketing — How good are you at separating truth from lies? Studies have shown that people struggle to distinguish between the two—the average individual has a 50% chance of accurately identifying truths and lies. Even professionally trained individuals struggle to accurately detect when someone is lying. There are ...
November 6, 2015WebKeeper
By Sean Dame, Marketing — Finding justice for an international crime can be a difficult chore, especially when trying to obtain information from non-domestic government agencies. In some cases, it can be impossible. Korea for example, has come to a point where it is requesting large amounts of information regarding money ...
October 28, 2015WebKeeper
By Ross Watts, Marketing — What do sporting events, the stock market, prices at local gas stations, and students striving for perfect grades all have something in common? Competition. They all have a desire to be the best in the end, and competition is the main driver for these types of ...
October 22, 2015WebKeeper
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