Berto Jongman: Amnesty International Discovers Open Source Information

Worth A Look

A lot of exaggeration but at least they finally got the online aspect — now if they can just figure out what you call “OSINT done right — all humans, all languages” perhaps they will be useful leaders in recognizing what you have been saying for 30 years now.

Amnesty International Press Release

The new 386-page publication – Digital Witness: Using Open Source Info for Human Rights Investigations, recently published by Oxford University Press – is the first book of its kind to cover the history, ethics, methods and best practice in the increasingly significant field of open-source investigation.

This book is the first to cover the history, ethics, methods, and best-practice associated with open source research.

Phi Beta Iota: The last sentence is not true; Oxford should be ashamed of itself.