A fire in Central Park seems to appear as a smoke plume and a line of flames in a satellite image. Colorful lights on Diwali night in India, seen from space, seem to show widespread fireworks activity. Both images exemplify what a University of Washington-led study calls “location spoofing.” The photos – created by different people, for different purposes – are fake but look like genuine images of real places. And with the more sophisticated … More
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