Loki is a service that adds locations to websites. When a website visitor visits a site with Loki, the visitor's exact location can be identified, enabling location-based advertisements, local businesses, and local social media.
The Loki API allows developers to integrate Loki's functionality into websites. The API calls for locations of visitors and IP addresses to accurately access Loki's location functions.
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