Social Media Archiving

Archive the latest and most effective Social Media channels

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Social media content is entirely outside of your control. Even if you are able to get hold of the data, there are significant challenges. Social media content is in a variety of complicated, interactive and non-standardised formats.

Any social media communication can be deleted in an instant. Even i you are careful about protecting your own content, nothing prevents others from deleting imporant comments or messages. Once deleted, those communications could be lost forever.

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Financial services organisations are using the latest social media platforms and until now most firms have moved ahead but ignored the need to archive content in order to meet compliance obligations.

MiDIF II now requires companies to keep records of all electronic communications, including Social Media.

Key Features

Archive Everything

We archive all social media interactions, re-tweets, direct messages, external links, images, metadata and more.

Live Replay

The client portal gives you control of your archives and enables you to replay any social media platforms content at any time.

eDiscovery Support

All archived material can be made available to eDiscovery professional and litigators. You can also generate a uniquie URL to enable 3rd parties to invesigate the archive.

Near Real-Time

Near real time archiving through the social media platform API to ensure a complete record is maintained of any and all interactions.

Time Stamped Archive

Every archived file is timestamped upon retrieval with ANSI x9.95 complaint timestamp.

SHA1 Signatures

Each individual archived file is signed with a SHA1 digital signature to produce a non-refutable record from a specified date.

It is your responsibility to ensure that all social media activity is complaint with regulations.

Being able to prove compliance may be key.

Read our case studies

The National Archives

The National Archives

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Parliament

Bank of England

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