... assuming your can still get through those Government Filters, that is.
And just in time for the 4th of July too!
by Spencer Ackerman in New York, guardian.co.uk -- 1 July 2013
Troops deployed to Afghanistan and elsewhere in the Middle East and South Asia have 'theater-wide block' to Guardian.
On Friday, the Pentagon and the US army told the Guardian that automated content filters installed on Department of Defense (DoD) networks to prevent the unauthorized dissemination of classified information had blocked access to selected aspects of the Guardian’s website.
But in for troops in Afghanistan, the Middle East and south Asia, the restriction applies to the entire website.
“This is a theater-wide block,” reads a page that loads when troops in Afghanistan using the Defense Department’s non-classified internet protocol (NIPR) network attempt to access the Guardian online.
Smell that Freedom in the morning, troops! Well at least you still have ALL of Rush -- Non-stop and Uncensored.
Don't they know ...
the best way to stir up interest in something, is to tell people they are not allowed to read or see it?
Apparently not ... so read em while you still can ...
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