And Another one gone….


Delenda Est Carthago has also joined the ranks of the Officially recognized by the US government as somehow bad for the internet and has been blocked from my work computer.

Reason:  Operational concerns. 

Hmmmm.  If Phi is giving out operational secrets and mission information, what sense does it make to block his friends from seeing it, while the entire rest of the world including Al-Q, MS-13, and Iranian Intelligence all still can see it?

UPDATE:  EW also added to the list.  It looks like the IT Nazies might be using my own blogroll for their “what not to let in” filter.

UPDATE2:  The whole Blogspot domain is now inaccessible.  So much for all the lip service the Army has been spouting about supporting social media

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4 Responses to And Another one gone….

  1. AmStrat says:

    Got a smartphone to browse with and blog with?

  2. Yes. But who wants to pay for the bandwidth? Not me. I’ve had unlimited free internet at work since it was invented. I don’t want to change now.

  3. AmStrat says:

    I don’t know your situation all that well, but what about getting on a non-government neighboring WIFI? Sadly, lots of people leave their wireless routers open for anyone to connect to (aka, me about 2 months ago).

  4. heresolong says:

    Just subscribe to the Army’s twitter account at https://twitter.com/USArmy and they’ll undoubtedly keep you apprised of anything you need to know about.

    Anyway, you don’t need to worry about it. To slightly paraphrase George Orwell “Blogs simply disappeared, always during the night. Their name was removed from the registers, every record of everything they had ever posted was wiped out, their one-time existence was denied and then forgotten. They were abolished, annihilated: vaporized was the usual word.”

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