Many companies are beginning to figure out how OSINT can benefit them which means lots of opportunities for newcomers.
@EliotHiggins | bellingcat.com
The Mock Admissibility Hearing on open source evidence held by the University of Swansea, with the assistance of the Global Legal Action Network and Bellingcat, to test the admissibility of open source video in UK courts.
We’ve had a big increase in the number of international bodies reaching out to us asking about any open source investigations that might be ongoing into a number of conflict zones, and requests for open source investigation training from those bodies, which reflects the growing interest in open source investigations from a range of actors in different fields.
Using flashcard apps to find information that’s not meant to be public, like nuclear security protocols at US bases in Europe.
US Soldiers Expose Nuclear Weapons Secrets Via Flashcard Apps
I think there will be a continued interest from justice and accountability organisations in the use of open source evidence in their work, plus work done with OSINT on a broader range of issues, including conversation.