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The Internet and the World Wide Web have become integral parts of the lives of many modern individuals, enabling almost instantaneous communication, sharing and broadcasting of thoughts, feelings and opinions. Much of this information is publicly facing, and as such, it can be utilised in a multitude of online investigations, ranging from employee vetting and credit checking to counter-terrorism and fraud prevention/detection. However, the search needs and behaviours of these investigators aredoi:10.1145/2637002.2637023 dblp:conf/iiix/McKeownMAG14 fatcat:marhpiqmpvc5hmruaqavtihvca