Think, for a moment, about the potential chaos of [military citizen journalism]: SMS messages from soldiers up front telling of deaths before families can be notified, or live videos of bloody battles recorded from cell phones and sent to the press. . . .More here.
This month, two civilian incidents in the United States illustrated the problem Israel faced -- and open the broader discussion about how new social technologies impact our organizational security, and our own privacy.
Monday, March 30, 2009
And what about citizen journalism in the military?
Gadi Evron, the Israeli security expert, in Dark Reading: