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| 12 September 2008
These are photos of conference attendees. Photos of exhibitors:
Description of the conference: http://www.dniopensource.org
DNI Open Source Conference Participant Contact Information
The names and contact information in this booklet includes those individuals who agreed when they registered for the conference to have their information published for networking purposes. The information provided in this booklet is provided exclusively for individual networking purposes and may not be used for advertising, marketing, political campaigning, or any other purpose, including mass emails or telemarketing. Please be respectful of other participants and the value of their time.
http://cryptome.org/dni-sources.zip (About 1,000 names, Zipped PDF, 57pp, 4.6MB)
Glenn Gaffney (Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Collection) at DNI Open Source Conference, 11 September 2008:
"Open source information is not classified because of its content, it is classified to avoid disclosing knowledge that we have collected it."
Kirby Plessas (Open source intelligence expert currently working as an independent contractor for the Central Intelligence Agency) at DNI Open Source Conference, 11 September 2008:
"Web sites like Wikileaks are not what interests us but those like YouTube where information is posted by thousands of people unaware of our intense interest in fragments which can be pieced together with many other sources. All media used by people eager to share, chat, reveal data about themselves and, most importantly, about others not aware of what is being publicized about them, are the richest sources."
|The man in tie asked if photos were to be "posted on Cryptome."
Yes, we said.
He said attendees might not want their photos published.
He said he is with Open Source "PR."