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Geo-Journalism: The power of Geospatial Technology, helping to uncover Evil!

The Syrian government military forces  according to Social Networking  Technology Project are massively using sexual violence and gang raping as a weapon of war but social networking and geo-technologies are busy exposing their evil deeds to the global public.

Kudos to the power of the Geo-technologies and Social Networking, ”the evil that men commit in the secret are now been exposed by Geo-tech and Social Network”.
The map below is a crowd-sourced map helping to show you the massive sexual violence been carried out by the Syrian army according to ‘ Women Under Siege‘  documentary.

 

Source : Women Under Siege

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TED talks: How to fool a GPS

I found today this interesting TED talk by Todd Humphreys – the director of the University of Texas at Austin’s Radionavigation Laboratory. He forecasts the near-future of geolocation when millimeter-accurate GPS “dots” will enable you to find pin-point locations, index-search your physical possessions … or to track people without their knowledge. Todd discusses two basic ways to fool the GPS signal from satellites: Wave Bubble and GPS spoofing.

Watch it, it’s really cool:

source: TED

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