Israel army in Facebook clampdown

Israeli defence chiefs have moved to tighten internet social networking rules after photographs appeared showing sensitive military subjects.A review of Facebook pages belonging to Israeli troops found that some had posted detailed pictures of air bases, operations rooms and submarines.”These are things we don’t want the public to see for security reasons,” an official source told the BBC.Posting photos of troops in uniform – a popular pastime – is still allowed.The new set of rules – which has not been made public – includes a ban on images of pilots and members of special units, and anything that shows specific military manoeuvres.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/7343238.stm

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