Open Source Center


Open Source Center

L‘Open Source Center ou OSC, « Centre de sources ouvertes », est un centre de renseignement du gouvernement des États-Unis dédié au renseignement de sources ouvertes.

L'OSC a été établi le 1er novembre 2005 par le Directeur du renseignement national pour collecter des informations accessibles sur « Internet, bases de données, presse, radio, télévision, vidéo, données géospatiales, photographies et images commerciales[1] ». En plus de collecter des informations publiquement accessibles, l'OSC devrait entrainer les analystes à faire un meilleur emploi de ces informations. L'OSC a été créé en absorbant le Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS), ancien département de la CIA.

Notes et références

  1. Traduction libre extraite de : Office of the Director of National Intelligence, « ODNI Announces Establishment of Open Source Center », Conférence de presse, 8 November 2005.

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