Wednesday, 12 February 2020


Valentine is the day of all lovers, and some people celebrate it twice.

One of the most anticipated dates for all lovers on the planet, is on February 14 the “Valentine's Day”, and although for some it is only one more date on the calendar, there are many people who consider it as the most Romantic of the year, being the perfect opportunity to celebrate and surprise your loved one.

Christoph Kraemer, European spokesman for Ashley Madison the most important marriage dating website in the world, comments: “Valentine's Day is a beautiful date to show love or affection for your partner, everyone likes to receive some detail and feeling special, the interesting thing is that there is much more willingness to celebrate a special day with a lover. ”

Infidelity today became such a common practice that there is a world day to celebrate it, so on February 13 the “Mistress Day” or “Lovers Day” is proclaimed a celebration from the United States and that according to A study carried out every year is celebrated more among its unfaithful users.

If you feel that the relationship with your partner is declining, that your partner began to be more distant and your sixth sense tells you that something is wrong, these are some of the behaviors that could unveil your partner's infidelity according to the specialist:

1. Changes in your routine
Almost all couples, especially those who have been together for many years have a specific schedule of their day to day, but if this suddenly changes from one day to another, you have to be alert because the change in behavior is one of the first signs of infidelity.

2. Extra expenses without explanation
This is one of the mistakes that infidels make most, start spending on the family account or occupy credit cards, without thinking that the couple can be aware of these movements just by calling the bank or reviewing the application of this from the cellphone.

3. Overtime at work
Especially when it had never happened before, there is always the possibility of actually telling the truth, but you are also entitled to question and question.

4. New look
Being in a "new relationship" the infidels try to get in shape, change their look, buy new clothes, that is, they care more about their physical appearance than before.

5. The electronic secret
A new password on your mobile or to be smarter now has two cell phones, your partner does not access your social media accounts or emails when you are with him, filter and do not keep your call history.

6. Lies and irritability
Like any person who tries to hide something, when he feels questioned or about to be caught he evades the situation by putting himself in a bad mood. In addition, an infidel must lie again and again to maintain his double life.

Do you have doubts about the loyalty of your partner?

If there are doubts about the fidelity of your partner and you are afraid to confront the situation for fear of making a mistake, it is best to investigate thoroughly until you have complete certainty of what is happening and for this there are specialists who are in charge of unmasking the infidels and Oliver Detectives We help you to confirm or deny suspicions, doubts and the possibility of being deceived, in order to establish instability in your social and couple relationships.

Wednesday, 29 January 2020


In the technological age in which we live It is said that social networks have made all communications more horizontal,  a tweet can have as much impact as an article in a diary or even more. Without realizing it, we are transforming ourselves into a society of smiling and citizen emojis of the good roll, making our life dependent on a status on social networks social networks creating an invitation to enter into a technological gloom that is affected both in bioengineering, as to the means of communication, good and evil, science and religion.

The production of Black Mirror labeled as a series, It is rather a unitary execution, with a thematic plot without plot, No fixed characters, focused on digital technologies, their possibilities and fears. It seems that Invita the new to the old debate between the defenders and detractors of the technological revolution.

The thin subjectivity of the individual to the devices, and how the individual nature moves to the experience of a bond, basically emotional and collective. As the article indicates, in "Smile, they are getting you scored," the panoptic structure of the network underscores our condition as subjects that circulate through the story as objects; we are in a reality built and paved with our profile, in which our body becomes a prosthesis full of devices, in which the senses are reduced or replaced by sensors that process thousands of stimuli. In which experiments are already carried out to increase the human immune system with an inorganic system, bionic; An army of nanorobots and sensors monitor what happens inside our body.

Enrique Dans, professor at IE Business School, assures that privacy is a concept in constant evolution, where technology "has been supplementing our mental bandwidth to a point where we can, simply looking for a name in a search engine and in some social networks, get lots of data from anyone”. For him, we should be concerned that this technological capacity to obtain data is used by governments to control their citizens, what happens in China: an undemocratic government obsessed with controlling and managing the speed of change in its society, it might even be understandable but not justifiable.

What should seriously concern us is that some supposedly democratic governments they seem to secretly envy the control that China has and imitate the technology you use with justifications like security, the fight against the terrorist threat, the protection of children, the defense of copyright, or any other.

Lev Manovich says that the software is in charge. We need it to understand and exercise on the web, to explore information, to turn the cloud into something useful. Black Mirror is a disturbing door that questions our human nature from the spasms of technology; it is a good excuse to rationalize what is happening in a superficial and egomaniac society.

Follow me and I follow you!!

In addition to all this and although it does not look like it, we are continuously scoring. In social networks, we do it with updates and interactions. It is true that we do not give a note from one to five, but we do say if we like something. Moreover, in the episode of Black Mirror, the protagonists laughs at the jokes of others, hoping for reciprocity, and bite a cookie just to make a perfect picture. 

Have you ever written a tweet just to get fans? Have you ordered the table a bit because this way the breakfast will be better in the photo and will have more "like"? Have you ever followed someone with the hope that they will return the following? Do not? Me neither.

"Our conventional response to all media, especially the idea that what counts is how you use them, it is the dormant posture of the technological idiot ", remember McLuhan.

Wednesday, 15 January 2020


The Mobile World Congress (MWC) lands again in Barcelona next February and the commercial courts already prepare all their artillery to avoid collapse and be able to quickly and efficiently address the lawsuits on intellectual and industrial property.

The leading fair in the mobile telephony and Internet sector becomes the showcase of the most innovative and cutting-edge technology and, at the same time, a focus of potential violations of Industrial Property rights for companies participating in this event, being able to cause them irreparable and economically significant damages.

A few months ago the Law on Business Secrets came into force in Spain (Law 1/2019, of February 20, on Business Secrets), aimed especially at companies and entrepreneurs who wish to obtain greater security in relation to the confidentiality and protection of inventions Non-patented algorithms, customer or supplier listings, commercial strategies or marketing campaigns, since historically this was an unprotected asset, with the enactment of this law a legal and procedural framework is established so that companies can defend in court what belongs to them.

This year the courts of Barcelona, ​​which have always been the pioneers in Spain in establishing procedural guidelines for action, have created a protocol for the Protection of Business Secrecy in the Courts, trying to adopt a series of homogeneous procedural practices according to what it establishes the standard, to safeguard technical and commercial information, strategies among others; The confidentiality of the companies. The Protocols that will be applicable this year throughout the month of February 2020, this will be the first time that a protocol will be applied for the possible violation of Business Secrets, since it will be the first MWC in which it will enter into force.

  • CREATION OF PROTOCOLS: The protocol provides for the possibility of requesting the restriction of a limited number of people from access to documents and media as well as to the views and their recordings, to prepare non-confidential versions of documents and judicial resolutions and to instruct experts to prepare summaries of the information. in addition, in addition to the transfer of copies not being made directly between administrators.
  • CONFIDENTIALITY: After the judicial resolution that agrees to this measure of protection will have to identify in detail, with name, surname, function, and relationship with the parties, the members that will compose a circle of confidentiality, from this creation to be able to access all the information It will be a very difficult or almost impossible task. In these circles may be, in addition to the judges and court personnel, the parties and their representatives, advisors, attorneys, lawyers, internal and external experts, experts, employees, and so on; establishing two levels of access to the circle: one with more sensitive information, and the second one, with less sensitive confidential information, and all those involved will have to sign a confidentiality commitment.


1. Greater legal certainty: this law reinforces the security and protection of undisclosed knowledge and information, as long as appropriate measures are carried out.
2. Integral protection: The protection is established against their uses or disclosures made by people who have been given access to information and also to industrial espionage.
3. Legal actions against offenders: the law establishes judicial actions or compensation that can be requested from the offender, taking into account the damage caused, the lost profits and the enrichment of the offender, in addition to the moral damage caused.
4. Restricted circle, proceedings and precautionary measures: among the procedural developments, the restriction of persons with access to evidence or court hearings, the regulation of the procedures that the holder may request and the precautionary measures whose adoption may be required may be highlighted.
5. Investment and growth: greater protection of business secrets favors the investment associated with the generation of knowledge, so this law favors companies and research organizations.

“The law has had an unquestionable impact, but it is important that companies are prepared and adopt protection protocols for their assets that can be framed in what the law defines as business secrets,”  Sánchez, J.
Wednesday, 11 December 2019


Do you think Google is spying on you?
Not so, just collect the digital trail that you give daily.

The internet giant offers us many free services in exchange for marketing our personal data that we grant you for free; Google has an overwhelming collection of data thanks to its many businesses and services on the Web. Not only is it a web page search engine; He is also responsible for the mayor operating system of the mobile era (Android), the email provider of more than 1 billion people (Gmail), a huge public agent, the creator of the most used digital maps in the world and the YouTube owner, among other things.
Google has now become our best friend and you could even say that a personal guide who will always take care of us, helps us and answers our doubts; but how much do you really know? How much can you trust your judgment about what is best for you?


Google has your basic information: your age, your gender, language and date of birth; I could recognize your face and your voice thanks to the applications you use
Know your spiritual, political beliefs and can even predict before you vote. Have you tried to self-diagnose a disease, or perhaps experience a home remedy? If you think you're sick, Google probably creates it too.


If you did not know, it may surprise you and if you take your phone wherever you go, Google also knows every step you have taken, and if you use Android or Google Maps, if you connect via Wi-Fi, GPS or mobile networks, Google It can track your location, and by monitoring the time you are connected in each place, know where you are going, where you have been and how long you were in each place including where you live and your workplace; that is, know each step you take through your mobile device.


Whenever you search for things in the Google search engine, play a video, click on an ad or hide it, buy something on the Internet, the algorithm studies, Google knows exactly what you like and what  you dislike.


Do you plan on going to a party or a restaurant?
Do you plan to buy a car or a house?

Every place you visit, search through Google will be saved in the records becoming a smart and useful option for you by showing you personalized recommendations.


Profiling is a team work. You are being watched and your friends are being watched. We could say that Google wants to know who you talk to, you can see your contacts in Gmail, including names, emails and phone numbers and even go so far to see what people you usually talk to.

There is no doubt that Google makes our lives easier and in the technological world in which we live it is impossible for us to control our privacy 100%, since they will always need more information to provide us with the comfort we seek; Our data is the price we pay for these “free” applications, which are now indispensable to develop in this technological era.

Wednesday, 16 October 2019

Uncertainty and the Response of Disappearances

On October 8, in the Sense Ficció program of Tv3, directed by Montserrat Besses and Pere López, the documentary Temps d’espera of own production on missing persons was aired. In which our CEO Jose María Oliver is part representing Detectives Oliver, to contextualize our work concretely in one of the strangest cases of disappearance, which occurred more than 30 years ago, we did not stop searching for the missing Pires ritrrit brothers in the Hospital from Manresa.

“Disappear without apparent cause. A tragedy for the family, an emotional shock with indelible consequences. An unknown reality despite the fact that in Catalonia an average of 370 disappearances are reported each month. 2018 closed with 4,447 complaints to the Mossos d'Escuadra for these reasons. Some disappearances last a few hours; another few months; and others last forever.”

This documentary gives voice to all the families that go through this trauma in their lives, explaining in the best possible way the entire emergency protocol: complaint process, activation, methodologies and closing the search for a missing person. Together with the testimonies of close friends, the security forces and bodies are also part of the documentary together with the detectives as indispensable tools in this type of event, exposing how and how they can help families and victims to find their whereabouts.

Here below we provide the Link of our intervention:

Here you can see the entire documentary in full:

Wednesday, 4 September 2019

The Pinocchio in vacation time

With the summer holidays a step away, many Spaniards already have everything planned. Whether to escape routine, relax or meet a new destination, everyone takes advantage of this time of year to leave work for a few days or weeks. However, when discussing their summer plans, not all people tell the truth. Among Spaniards, for example, 3 in 10 lie about the subject (34%).

Jetcost, a web site that allows users to compare rates and availability of flights, hotels and car rentals, has decided to conduct a study about the experiences of Europeans during their vacations. Three thousand people from 6 different nationalities (British, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, German and French) participated in the survey. And the results are without a doubt ... interesting!

When asked if they had exaggerated in any aspect of their holidays or even lied about them, 68% of participants answered yes. The most mentioned lies were:

Relatively to the destination, the shame of saying his real destiny (35%); want to impress someone (32%); not having gone anywhere (15%) and wanting to be equal to the others (12%) were the main reasons for not telling the truth. The people who are most lied to, are the co-workers (33%), those who suffered the most with this "summer pinecone" effect, following the friends (27%) and ending with the relatives in 12% of the cases.

In addition, approximately 75% admitted having told family and/or friends that they had enjoyed the holidays more than they really had, having confirmed, in 55% of the cases they would never tell anyone that the holidays had really been a failure and a disappointment.

And as if it were not bad enough to lie about certain aspects of their holidays, some go further, giving wings to the imagination and posting false photos on social media in about 10% of cases.

Finally, when analyzing the results of the different countries at European level, we confirm that (unfortunately) Spaniards are the ones who most feel the need to lie about some aspect of their holidays.

• Spain: 68%
• Italy: 65%
• Portugal: 60%
• Great Britain: 58%
• France: 47%
• Germany: 45%

If Jetcost were a detective agency, it would certainly have asked if at the time of travel people also lie about who is accompanying them and possibly discover many cases of infidelity. The truth is that if you have to hide the truth in such trivial matters, you need to know in what more (important) aspects these people have the courage to lie.

Tuesday, 20 August 2019

Your right on baggage

We are in the middle of summer in which millions of people will take their flight to go on vacation, do you know your rights on your luggage? Now we tell you.

Definitely when we fly, we may have an incident that could damage our trip either to or from the trip, and more and more airlines are changing their policies regarding baggage limitations, however airlines must comply with A series of legal measures established by the European Parliament in the Passenger Rights Regulation (EC) 261/2014, we often do not know what they are and do not know how to proceed.


When you invoice a suitcase at the airport it is your duty to respect the rules in terms of weight and content of the package established by law at the same time, it is our right to receive the luggage intact and at the appropriate times.
The steps to follow in this case is:
1. Go to the point of attention of the airline with which we have flown before leaving the airport.
2. Report the incident, requesting a piece of baggage irregularity (PIR) describing the details of the event.
3. Save all tickets or purchase receipts since most companies usually cover between € 90 and € 120 of what we can consider expenses of first necessity, that is, clothes or clothes for a change and expenses on hygiene items that You have to buy at destination for not having your luggage.
4. Make a list of the objects contained in the lost suitcase to attach to the party and send them to your insurer if before traveling you have hired a travel insurance that covers these types of problems with luggage.
5. Deliver the completed part in each field to the airline counter and keep a copy for yourself.
6. Wait for the response of the airline and the compensation that touches you, which will be calculated according to the type of incident suffered, the value of the objects (if the suitcase is finally lost) and the expenses caused by the incident.


• Damaged luggage. If your suitcase or its contents are damaged upon arrival at the airport, go to the company counter to show the damage and request a form to claim the damage. Ideally, do it before leaving the airport.

• Baggage delay If the final destination is reached and the suitcase does not appear, the passenger is entitled to reimbursement of expenses that this inconvenience may have caused during the holidays,

• Theft in your luggage: The airline is obliged to respond to lost, lost or damaged luggage, but not to theft that occurs in the suitcase if it arrives at its destination in perfect condition. Therefore, in these circumstances, even if you make a claim to the company, you will not be entitled to compensation, and the correct way to act will be to go to the airport police station as a victim of a theft to file the corresponding complaint. The limit of liability is about 1,400 euros per passenger unless special declaration of value prior to the check-in of luggage after paying an additional fee.


• For damage to luggage: up to 7 days from the date of receipt of luggage.

• Due to late luggage: up to 21 days from the date it should have been received.

• For lost luggage: no limit. You must first make the claim for late luggage, and if after 21 days you have not received it you can make the claim at any time. You can also present it before if the airline confirms that your suitcase has been lost. Now you can travel a little quieter knowing all the rights you have as a passenger. It should be noted that each airline has its own rules so it is convenient to review its billing policy before the flight.

You will not fly without learning one more thing!!
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