Monday, May 14, 2007
Support the troops with censorship: military brass unplugs MySpace and YouTube
The military has taken another brilliant move in Iraq. From Wired:
"Fresh from its battle against blogs, the U.S. military now appears to be going after video and social networking sites (at least those it doesn't control). Effective Monday, U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan will not be allowed access to websites like MySpace and YouTube using military networks, Stars and Stripes reports."