Thursday, March 17, 2011

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The U.S. army blocks websites to prioritize the bandwidth of Japan

The U.S. military has blocked access to a number of web sites to save on consumption of bandwidth and thus put all available resources in Japan's recovery, as confirmed by a spokesman for U.S. Strategic Command told CNN. As reported

Rodney Ellison spokesman who spoke with CNN sites chosen for this block have been selected purely by transferring data that are within the army, among which there are different types of services. The lock is active since last Monday and aims to preserve the bandwidth available with the U.S. military in Japan for use in the various operations are underway.

This filter has been launched after a request from the Pacific Command, which has been approved and proceeded to lock thirteen locations, including:

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block is temporary and that corresponds to this time due to the disaster, the demand is in U.S. military networks are very high.

This is the answer to a moment of extreme demand on the networks. This block will be seasonal in nature and may increase or decrease in size and scope if censario. We are doing this to facilitate recovery efforts under way in Japan

are the comments he has made Rodney Ellison on this block, which personally I do not feel bad since they are private networks of the army and as we see in the list above the bulk of sites are places where you can see lots of videos, so there is no reason to think that this is some kind of censorship, but simply blocked sites most consumed and this is not a lack of communication in eg e-mail.


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