Tom Liffiton and Mark Monday are addressing the annual convention of Investigative Reporters and Editors this week. Security and self-protection on the Internet, and in all parts of life, are essential to the open source information collector. Some of the handouts we are providing to endangered journalists are attached below.IRE Page is: http://theresearchschool.com/?page_id=566
For those interested in OSINT, library science’s Information Literacy, politics’ Opposition Research, journalism’s Computer-assisted Research and business’ Competition Research, The Research School has created a Pinterest resource. We have over 400 pins at https://www.pinterest.com/safeteam0589/the-research-school/
From social media to website development, we are trying to collect and catalogue visuals to make life easier, and work more efficient, for those trying to improve research.skills and capabilities — whether their own and those of the people around them.
The New York Times story “How to Tell a Secret in the Digital Age,” by tells how they are protecting sources of information and want sources to communicate with the paper. See the story at: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/02/insider/news-tips-signal-whatsapp.html?mabReward=CTM&recp=2&module=WelcomeBackModal&contentCollection=Europe®ion=FixedCenter&action=click&src=recg&pgtype=article
Fake News is the news these days. For those interested in that problem, ways it is being fought, and journalism, there is a new selection on http://thereseachschool.com under the False News and Disinformation page. In addition, we are posting news items relating to Fake News as well as other modern journalism issues on the Twitter account at https://twitter.com/MMsafeteam and the Facebook account at https://www.facebook.com/mjm.monday . We appreciate reader input on this subject. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and join our LinkedIn group.