YouTube Outpowers US Military
by Mike Levin SEO & Datamaster, 05/14/2007
Jenga717 writes “The US military has launched its own channel on YouTube, in efforts to shift the media’s focus of Iraq from a negative to a more positive light, and to ‘counter the messages of anti-American sites.’ From the article: ‘The footage is not picked specifically to show the military in a good light … and is only edited for reasons of time or content too graphic to be shown on YouTube … And while all the clips currently posted have been shot by the military’s combat cameramen, soldiers and marines have been invited to submit their own clips.’ The question is, where are they supposed to submit them? Starting ‘on or about 14 May 2007’, the Department of Defense will block troop access to Myspace, Youtube, MTV, and more sites, due to a ‘growing concern for our unclassified DoD Internet, known as the NIPRNET’.” More commentary below.
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