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[OSI] Media as the Open Source

Had really wanted to attend the Open Source 101 training they had available–would have made the conference much more valuable to me–and so I requested it when I sent them my information. I was denied, and I tried to wrangle my way in, but to no avail. Instead, I went to this session, with the […]
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[OSI] Technology: Improving the Use of Open Sources

Presenters (from the Session blurb): * Steve Selwyn, Deputy Associate Director of Transformation, Office of the Chief Information Officer, Office of the Director of National Intelligence * Joe Markowitz, Independent Scholar * Brian Kettler, ISX Lab Chief Scientist and Principal Research Engineer, Lockheed martin Advanced Technology Labs * Troy M. Pearsall, Executive Vice president of […]
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[OSI] Hidden in plain view

I am down in Washington for a couple of days for a conference on open source intelligence organized by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. I suppose I should mention why I’m here, before moving on to some conference blogging. I’ve been interested in intelligence, and particularly open source intelligence, since I was […]
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So it seems that the key for the HD-DVD encryption scheme has been broken. Unfortunately, distributing the method for decrypting a device is illegal according to the DMCA. But surely a key, as such, cannot be. This is a number all alone, it can’t be considered a machine. It is human-readable (as a number) but […]
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