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The Military’s Internet ‘Civil War’

The first two parts of a three part series on how the military is adapting to the Internet are online: from the Air Force banning access from official networks to many blogs (because they are not “established, reputable media”), to the Army setting up its own, password protected version of MySpace (“MilSpace”?).

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