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WikiLeaks covering news sites blocked by the Air Force

The Air Force is currently blocking its personnel from accessing 25 sites that have posted information from the WikiLeaks cables. The Air Force hasn’t specified which sites are blocked but according to the Wall Street Journal, they include the New York Times, the Guardian, El Pais, Le Monde and Der Spiegel, all of which have ...

The Air Force is currently blocking its personnel from accessing 25 sites that have posted information from the WikiLeaks cables. The Air Force hasn't specified which sites are blocked but according to the Wall Street Journal, they include the New York Times, the Guardian, El Pais, Le Monde and Der Spiegel, all of which have access to the full WikiLeaks archive.

We've also been hearing reports today that access to this blog is blocked, as well as posts from other FP blogs that mention WikiLeaks. As far as we know, access to the main FP site is still available.

The Air Force is currently blocking its personnel from accessing 25 sites that have posted information from the WikiLeaks cables. The Air Force hasn’t specified which sites are blocked but according to the Wall Street Journal, they include the New York Times, the Guardian, El Pais, Le Monde and Der Spiegel, all of which have access to the full WikiLeaks archive.

We’ve also been hearing reports today that access to this blog is blocked, as well as posts from other FP blogs that mention WikiLeaks. As far as we know, access to the main FP site is still available.

Joshua Keating was an associate editor at Foreign Policy  Twitter: @joshuakeating

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