The possibilities are endless when it comes to Google Maps. You can track people with the flu, wildfires, and now, you can even track those damn Somali pirates. Someone’s figured out a way to make it show where all those attacks are taking place.
Using official documents, a Google user called “expedition” created a detailed map that allows you to “view the actual pirate bases, vehicles, checkpoints, and pirate boats. Locate the precise areas of the sea where vessels are hijacked, and where the pirates drop anchor to hold their crews for ransom.”