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Have you ever wondered where politicians get their money? Dirty business connections and associations? Where the money comes from and where does it go? Ties to family and friends?All of it can be researched...

A young lady on another social media platform is an internet researcher. She's dug into all the above matters concerning Andrew Cuomo, an amazing piece of work. I posted the research under the "Political Discussion" board.

Here is a list of the many tools and websites she uses.

I've used some of these tools myself, a few can be difficult to get the hang of. Anyway, here's the list.

Reverse Image Search:

Mind Mapping Tool With Degrees of Connectivity:

PDF Search Engine:

Powerpoint Search Engine:

Facebook Ad Library:
Useful for tracking political ads and NGO propaganda.

OpenCorporates:
Database of most every company in the world.

IRS Tax Exempt Organization Search:
Best way to find form 990-PFs, which lay out nonprofit financials.

FollowtheMoney:
Political spending tracker.

Health Data:

Pharmaceutical Side Effect Search:

Snapchat OSINT Multi-Viewer:

Nonprofit Foundation Information Guides:

Article Citation Index:
Search for authors, topics, etc., of scientific articles.

Internet Archiver:
View old versions of sites or search through the index of millions of documents, photos, videos, etc.

Username Search:
Do a single search to see what platforms a username appears on.

AI Search Engine:
A very powerful search engine that uses AI to find exactly what you're looking for. It takes a little getting used to, but it does an amazing job.

Directory of Open Access Journals and Articles:

World Legal Information Institute:
Laws, legislation, treaties, law journals, etc.

CrimeSpider:
It's a now-defunct website with endless resources for investigating crimes. However, it was archived extensively and can still be explored very thoroughly via Archive dot org.

UN Map Library:
Maps of pretty much anywhere. I know it's a UN site, but it's handy.

Old Maps:
A directory of old world maps.

ReliefWeb:
NGO aggregate.

Breaking News List:
Just a list of headlines from around the world in chronological order. No frills, useful.

Other Internet Tools and Resources for OSINT:
This site has a pretty extensive list of different resources and methods for internet deep dives. Very handy to have bookmarked!
 

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Have you ever wondered where politicians get their money? Dirty business connections and associations? Where the money comes from and where does it go? Ties to family and friends?All of it can be researched...

A young lady on another social media platform is an internet researcher. She's dug into all the above matters concerning Andrew Cuomo, an amazing piece of work. I posted the research under the "Political Discussion" board.

Here is a list of the many tools and websites she uses.

I've used some of these tools myself, a few can be difficult to get the hang of. Anyway, here's the list.

Reverse Image Search:

Mind Mapping Tool With Degrees of Connectivity:

PDF Search Engine:

Powerpoint Search Engine:

Facebook Ad Library:
Useful for tracking political ads and NGO propaganda.

OpenCorporates:
Database of most every company in the world.

IRS Tax Exempt Organization Search:
Best way to find form 990-PFs, which lay out nonprofit financials.

FollowtheMoney:
Political spending tracker.

Health Data:

Pharmaceutical Side Effect Search:

Snapchat OSINT Multi-Viewer:

Nonprofit Foundation Information Guides:

Article Citation Index:
Search for authors, topics, etc., of scientific articles.

Internet Archiver:
View old versions of sites or search through the index of millions of documents, photos, videos, etc.

Username Search:
Do a single search to see what platforms a username appears on.

AI Search Engine:
A very powerful search engine that uses AI to find exactly what you're looking for. It takes a little getting used to, but it does an amazing job.

Directory of Open Access Journals and Articles:

World Legal Information Institute:
Laws, legislation, treaties, law journals, etc.

CrimeSpider:
It's a now-defunct website with endless resources for investigating crimes. However, it was archived extensively and can still be explored very thoroughly via Archive dot org.

UN Map Library:
Maps of pretty much anywhere. I know it's a UN site, but it's handy.

Old Maps:
A directory of old world maps.

ReliefWeb:
NGO aggregate.

Breaking News List:
Just a list of headlines from around the world in chronological order. No frills, useful.

Other Internet Tools and Resources for OSINT:
This site has a pretty extensive list of different resources and methods for internet deep dives. Very handy to have bookmarked!
Nice list!

Swisscows is another search engine. By law they are not permitted to track your search history.

Ben
 

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Thanks for posting this! The links will keep me busy.
 

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