OPEN-SOURCE INTELLIGENCE AND TRUTH IN A POST-TRUTH WORLD: BELLINGCAT'S PRACTICES - Shared screen with speaker view
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Ji Ma (UT Austin)
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What about the issues related to the admissibility of evidence collected through open source. Many a times the evidence may be available in public domain but with origins not known, its legal admissibility ( along with issues like source authenticity , non-willing sources etc.) may be a challenge.It might help create a narrative but it's admissibility as evidence is a concern. Would be helpful you (@Aric Toler) could share your views on that.
Ji Ma (UT Austin)
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What sort of online tools are available for image identification (e.g., searches for faces in pictures, buildings, birds)?
Taking the Libya case as an example, do you think you could have done the collection of information on Al-Saiqa (Libya Case) being in Libya with the same 'freedom' as you could do sitting in Kansas.As an open source Intelligence activist, what protection do you have in terms of physical, financial and social security, especially is cases where the affected party is someone powerful and vindictive. (In many countries, the government could also be one such party).
@Kennth images.yandex.com is best, images.google.com is second best, images.bing.com is bad, pimeyes.com is the only (non-Russian) facial recognition tool
Thanks for the response (// Gaurav)
Great talk, thank you very much!
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