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O... Osint_tip_arch. Search: The Future of OSINT [is M4IS2-Multinational] Paradise Found The future of OSINT is M4IS2.

Search: The Future of OSINT [is M4IS2-Multinational]

The future of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) is Multinational, Multifunctional, Multidisciplinary, Multidomain Information-Sharing & Sense-Making (M4IS2). The following, subject to the approval of Executive and Congressional leadership, are suggested hueristics (rules of thumb): Rule 1: All Open Source Information (OSIF) goes directly to the high side (multinational top secret) the instant it is received at any level by any civilian or military element responsive to global OSINT grid. This includes all of the contextual agency and mission specific information from the civilian elements previously stove-piped or disgarded, not only within the US, but ultimately within all 90+ participating nations. Rule 3: The J-2 is the proponent for OSINT inside the wire, to include requirements definitiion and collection management and exploitation.

The future of OSINT is M4IS2. Search: Strategic Analytic Model 2009: BRF Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Trilogy. 2008 Open Source Intelligence (Strategic) 2.0. Now that everyone is paying attention, this is being posted in full text online in support of a larger M4IS2 / OSE dialog.

2008 Open Source Intelligence (Strategic) 2.0

Document: Strategic OSINT (Chapter 6 in Strataegic Intelligence Vol 2) 10 MB Links added below throughout, updated where appropriate. See Also: 21st Century Intelligence Core References 2.0 Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Robert David Steele Introduction OSINT and Intelligence Reform – History – Requirements – Collection – Processing – Analysis – Covert Action – Counterintelligence – Accountability, Civil Liberties, and Oversight – Strategic Warning – Strategic Sharing – Emerging Prospects — Digitization — Visualization — Peer-to-Peer (P2P) OSINT and Electoral Reform OSINT and Governance Reform OSINT and Strategic Budgetary Reform Notes 1-44 Executive Summary.

21st Century Public Intelligence 3.3. SHORT URL: Sample entries are carried here — for all others see the index pages.

21st Century Public Intelligence 3.3

This web site is unique as a historical record of all that was published going back to 1988 (by over 800 authorities), all of which has been ignored by the US Government particularly, other governments generally, because public intelligence in the public interest is the antethesis to corruption, fraud, waste, and abuse. The only obstacle to creating a prosperous world at peace, a world that works for all, is the lack of public intelligence in the public interest — intelligence with integrity. This demands a modern renaissance in education, intelligence, and research, the three fully integrated as Adas Bozeman has said, into “the thing entire.” Design (free), Money (harmonized), Effect (peace & prosperity). Who’s Who in Collective, Earth, Peace, & Public Intelligence: Robert David STEELE Vivas 2012 From Open Source Intelligence to Open Source Everything Email: robert.david.steele.vivas [at] gmail [dot] com.

T71. Social Media and Journalists. How to verify information from tweets: Check it out. Journalists should treat information we gather on social media the same way we treat information gathered any other way, or an assurance from Mom that she loves you: Check it out.

How to verify information from tweets: Check it out

My #twutorial series hasn’t been updated since late October, but I always planned to do a post on verifying information gathered in social media. Given the errors some journalists made in reporting on the Sandy Hook massacre and in the original reporting on Manti Te’o’s fake girlfriend, this feels like a good time to stress accuracy and verification. The most simple and important advice I can give is that Twitter is like any other information source — documents, anonymous tips, news releases, press conferences, interviews, databases — it can provide valuable information or deliberate lies or innocent errors.

Your job is to verify the information that looks useful. As with all the other information you gather, you can verify lots of different ways, and no single technique works for everything. OPEN SOURCE INTELLIGENCE (OSINT) NEWS.