After banning YouTube, military launches TroopTube

Nov 11, 2008 By JESSICA MINTZ , AP Technology Writer

(AP) -- The U.S. military, with help from Seattle startup Delve Networks, has launched a video-sharing Web site for troops, their families and supporters, a year and a half after restricting access to YouTube and other video sites.



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brant
not rated yet Nov 11, 2008
Proud of censorship????
CreepyD
not rated yet Nov 12, 2008
Surely there are other options other than you tube anyway? There's gotta be hundreds of ways of keeping in touch / sharing sharing through the internet.
ShadowRam
not rated yet Nov 12, 2008
Who are they trying to kid?
Censorship and propaganda control.

Freakin sad.

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