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"Geolocation OSINT - A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words"
A geolocation refers to the geographical position of an object, like a user or electronic device. Geolocations are typically discovered through access to both data collection technology, like GPS, and publicly available information (PAI), like images. With just an image from a news article, deep web platform, or online forum, researchers can uncover a wealth of geolocation data. For researchers in the national security community, these geolocations may offer clues on the whereabouts of potential suspects. This type of geographic research using publicly available information (PAI) is often called Geolocation OSINT.

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