‘U.S. Army Restricts Access to ‘The Guardian’ Website’

Eyder Peralta:

A Defense Department spokesman tells us that the DoD is “not blocking any websites.” Instead, it is blocking offending content.

That content which is being blocked is anything that is classified — but once something is published publicly how can it still be classified?

Additionally, wouldn’t this make those whom we trust to protect us the least informed?

On another note: good to see that the U.S. and China agree on some things.

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by Ben Brooks
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Eyder Peralta: A Defense Department spokesman tells us that the DoD is “not blocking any websites.” Instead, it is blocking offending content. That content which is being blocked is anything that is classified — but once something is published publicly how can it still be classified? Additionally, wouldn’t this make those whom we trust to protect […]