As a former member of Strategic Air Command, where OPSEC was (rightly) an obsession, this has been obvious to me for some time in reading aerospace-oriented blogs.This policy strikes me as a timely reminder to Air Force professionals that they should be on guard when blogging, because someone is watching.Cet élan est irréversible – il est guidé non seulement par les gouvernements, mais également par la science, par le monde des entreprises ainsi que par une action mondiale de tous types et à tous niveaux.

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At least one senior Air Force official calls the squeeze so "utterly stupid, it makes me want to scream."Until recently, each major command of the Air Force had some control over what sites their troops could visit, the AFNOC has imposed bans on all sites with "blog" in their URLs, thus cutting off any sites hosted by Blogspot.

Other blogs, and sites in general, are blocked based on content reviews performed at the base, command and AFNOC level ... if it's a place like "A couple of years back, I fought this issue concerning the Counterterrorism Blog," one Air Force officer tells Danger Room."An AF [Air Force] professional education course website recommended it as a great source for daily worldwide CT [counterterrorism] news. But blogs and social networking sites have faced all sorts of restrictions on military networks, for all sorts of reasons. Caldwell IV, who replaced Petraeus as the head of the Combined Arms Center and Fort Leavenworth, recently wrote (in a blog post, no less) that soldiers should be encouraged to "get onto blogs and [s]end their You Tube videos to their friends and family."Within the Air Force, there's also a strong contingent that wants to see open access to the sites – and is mortified by the AFNOC's restrictions.* *"When I hear stuff this utterly stupid, it makes me want to scream....

UPDATE: I'm getting a lot of conflicting data about exactly which blogs are blocked, and which ones aren't. * AQI Leaders: Breaking Smokers' Fingers Backfiring* Pentagon Plots Sim Iraq for Propaganda Tests* Pentagon Panel: U. Must Sell ' Good News'* Top General: Let Soldiers Blog* Rummy Resurfaces, Calls for U. Propaganda Agency* In Iraq, Psyops Team Plays on Iran Fears, Soccer Love* How Technology Almost Lost the War* Targeting the Jihadist Noise Machine* 18 Months Later, Charges for Jailed Journo in Iraq* U. Enlists Arab Bloggers for Info War* Some of Her Best Friends Are Terrorists* Inside Al-Qaeda's "Intranet"* Intel Director Launches Qaeda Leak Probe* Ex-Spies Blast Qaeda Breach* Al-Qaeda "Intranet" Goes Dark After Leak* Bloggers vs. * Army Gearing Up for Info War (Finally)* Osama: Back in Black* Al-Qaeda Channels Pixar*Inside the Insurgent Noise Machine* Terrorists Keep Blogs, Too* Al-Qaeda Ramps up Propaganda Push* Army Bullies Blogger, Invades You Tube* Al-Qaeda Propaganda at New High* British Military Gags Blogs* Army Audit: Official Sites, Not Blogs, are Security Threat* Military Security Threat: Bogus Bomb-Zapper's Bogus Countermeasure* Military Hypes, Bans You Tube* Petraeus Hearts Milblogs* No More You Tube, My Space for U. Troops* Milblogs Boost War Effort* Pentagon Whispers; Milbloggers Zip Their Lips* Clarifying the Blog Rule Clarification* Army to Bloggers: We Won't Bust You.

Shoot me a note if you're currently in the Air Force, and would like to help set me straight. ALSO:* Facebook Threatens Soldiers, Canada Says* Army: Wikis Too Risky* U. Promise.* Army's Blog Rebuttal* Stop Those Leaks! Blogs (Maybe E-mail, Too)* Reporters = Foreign Spies?

Aziz Mekouar, Ambassadeur pour la négociation multilatérale, puis l’interview d’Abdelatim Lhafi, commissaire général de la COP22.

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In doing so, it is easy for well-meaning insiders to violate operational security (OPSEC)tenets, either directly or tangentially.

We are in a different world today when it comes to sensitive military information, and foreign intelligence operatives surely understand this and will exploit it.

Because Air Force officers talk more like corporate bureaucrats than cocky war fighters, no one is inspired or convinced of their pressing (and quite legitimate) need to modernize the force," he adds.