Collected, Corroborated, and Connected: Actionable Online Identities in Government

Operational Resources
Law enforcement
Mar 06, 2021
Case Studies
Every online action reveals fragmented insights about an identity -- a corresponding email address, a physical address, a phone number, or associations with other people. If these fragments are collected, corroborated, and connected, it is possible to assemble them into an actionable online identity.

In this document, Pipl explains the concept of online identities and describes how entities in areas such as law enforcement, investigations, and intelligence research can discover hard-to-find details about persons of interest using Pipl SEARCH or the company's API solution.

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