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An Army investigative report found that official Army Web sites violated operational security more than military bloggers...

The report was obtained by the Washington, D.C.-based Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), under orders from a federal district court.

The Army tightened rules on blogging by soldiers in May, requiring that they be cleared by commanders, partly because of concerns the bloggers might reveal information that would help insurgents.

Saturday, August 18, 2007
Associated Press
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