• Planning for Research Success — Phase VI

    This is another step in the planning and research process. Previous steps are found in earlier postings. We will post additional steps in coming weeks. Step six is to review the collected information to assure […]

     
  • Supreme Court rules that Internet information doesn’t have to be accurate

    Supreme Court rules that Internet information doesn’t have to be accurate   The court opened the possibility that if inaccurate information caused actual harm that consumers might be able to sue successfully. Anyone-can-say-anything is still […]

     
  • Good Breaks for your CAR

    Investigative Journalists doing Computer-Assisted Reporting (CAR) need to be extra careful in their work. As we are doing some specialized work on security for media people, The Research School permanent staff member Tom Liffiton found […]

     
  • Would You Believe….?

    Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) wonks will probably find “15-point checklist of Putin regime’s propaganda techniques“ at http://euromaidanpress.com/2016/04/19/15-characteristics-of-russian-propaganda/ to be a useful item. While it will appeal to the OSINT practitioners, the article is useful for […]