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Saturday, December 31, 2005

US military finds soldiers' blogs too close for comfort - World - smh.com.au

By Oliver Poole in Baghdad
December 28, 2005

ANYONE wanting to hear daily insights into what it is like to be in a convoy hit by an explosion or ordered to pick up the body parts of comrades dismembered by a suicide bomber does not have to be there in person any more.
 
Instead they just need to log on to the internet from the safety of their home or office.
 
In a development that is worrying US military commanders in Iraq, a growing number of US soldiers - 200 at the last count - have set up their own blogs, or internet diaries, and are updating them from the battlefield.
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