A new take on the age-old saying regarding pictures, the Internet has added a whole new perspective on this phenomenon for investigators. Let’s start with looking at a typical ad in Craigslist, except there’s one thing not typical about this ad: Notice that the picture is crisp, high-quality, and large in size. Craigslist image handling
LTAS Technologies is pleased to announce that we will be attending the upcoming NASCLA Conference this year in Savannah, Georgia from August 23-26, 2011. NASCLA stands for National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies, and their website contains all the details. We look forward to seeing you at our exhibitor booth.
Harmari is pleased to announce a new addition to its reporting service: the Contractors Report. It provides the basic information such as phone numbers, the title, location, and date, but also additional information specific to the Services section of an online classified. For example, the License status as posted by the user, and any links
Most of the time, there isn’t much information available within the picture itself. However, certain smartphones (iphone) and high-end cameras have GPS built in, and geo-tag pictures. Advanced cameras also store metadata such as the model name, exposure settings, etc. Even without the location information, the EXIF info stored on the image is still useful