Clothing and alcoholic beverage preferences were used in Northern Ireland to pinpoint which side of that civil war people supported. In Kazakhstan ribbons on a rear-view mirror tell much about the car’s owner. The article at http://news.yahoo.com/ukraine-kazakhstan-wary-ethnic-russians-broaching-autonomy-144542461.html is a reminder that observation of non-Internet factors can be used to pinpoint the views or people. In the U.S. decals on many rear windows speak volumes about the members of the family including ages and sex – and even provide information about pets. Simple non-Internet observation can be helpful in filling in information when researching individuals.
Ben Benavides gave us a sneak-peek at his newest manual, which is always a hot item among the government OSINT types.