Posts Tagged ‘open source intelligence’
And I don’t mean for the scores and medal standings, either.
One of my interests is Open Source Intelligence (OSINT), or information you can find in the public domain that can help figure what what different people and groups are trying to do.
Some of the sites they say they’ll be tracking include Twitter, the Huffington Post, Wired’s Danger Room and the Drudge Report.
I’ve put together a quick-and-dirty list of some of the pages they’ll be watching here.