Posted in Main Blog (All Posts), Videos on May 15th, 2007 6:12 am by HL
The Pentagon will from today ban soldiers serving overseas from using popular video-sharing and social networking websites, claiming they are a security risk.
US soldier in Iraq; Pentagon bans US soldiers from sharing messages on YouTube and MySpace
The Pentagon will continue to post its own videos on networking websites
The US defence department said videos, recordings and messages uploaded by troops in the field on to YouTube, MySpace and 11 other websites posed a â€œsignificant operational security challengeâ€, and a drag on the militaryâ€™s computer network. …
The US army, meanwhile, will continue to post videos on YouTube showing soldiers defeating insurgents and befriending Iraqis.
â€œsignificant operational security challengeâ€, they call it. Yeah right. How can they lie about how good things are over there, when we can see the videos and know they are lying.
They don’t want the truth to get out about how inept they are, remember this one for example.
Or how about this one.
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