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Millions of users around the world utilize social media sites on any given day, spreading information about their activities, whereabouts and thoughts to friends and interested readers. These same messages can be used to construct a digital and physical path that can be extracted for forensic analysis through application programming interfaces provided by each of the social media outlets. While there has been recent work discussing the spread of social media as a means of tracking news anddoi:10.1145/2638404.2638491 dblp:conf/ACMse/CasserK14 fatcat:tcuvqpmixfexzfqlpmogj6vn5i