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Links 1 through 10 of 45 by Nathan Gilliatt tagged intelligence

A second reference on using online sources wisely, this time focusing on investigation (the first is for real-time information gathering).

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Government project to search the web that regular search engines miss, both Deep and Dark.

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The latest Snowden/Greenwald piece reveals GCHQ ideas on online infowar tactics for damaging targeted people and organizations. If multiple governments and others use these tactics, what does it mean for the same entities' attempts to collect useful information from the same online sources?

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Good introduction on the usefulness—and limitations—of social network analysis.

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Systems thinking is a core skill for competitive/market intelligence. This post aligns systems thinking principles with CI techniques and suggests questions to check for good practices.

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McKinsey Quarterly on how social media intelligence isn't just for marketers. Which I've been telling people since 2007.

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Impressive combination of photo analysis, social media, and online searches to determine the location of a photograph, as well as a fair amount of information about the location.

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OODA Group's newsy approach to monitoring global events from a risks perspective.

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"The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate that concrete strategies do exist for the verification of geo-referenced crowdsourced social media information... The five case studies are: Andy Carvin and Twitter; Kyrgyzstan and Skype; BBC’s User-Generated Content Hub; the Standby Volunteer Task Force (SBTF); and U-Shahid in Egypt."

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