From the Mail & Guardian in South Africa:
Restrictions on military blogs anger US soldiers
05 May 2007 07:06
United States troops in Iraq have reacted angrily to Pentagon restrictions aimed at curbing internet postings from war zones. …
The Pentagon said blogs had to be cleared first with officers, and that soldiers would be punished if they publicly revealed troop movements, planned raids, travel itineraries, photographs of casualties, new technology or material that could compromise their location.
Soldiers in the field and former soldiers, in blogs posted on sites such as Black Five, an unofficial site run by former paratrooper Matthew Burden, said the regulations would be inoperable with most troops obeying the rules but dissidents finding ways round the ban.
See also here.
Iraq war worse for soldiers than World War II: here.