When troop protests meet technology

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Protests by troops and veterans have been a part of American life since the Vietnam War. But technology has changed the game, and many soldiers say they are confused by military anti-protest rules that seem haphazard and subjective. Meanwhile, the military is scrambling to adjust its policies to fit a world changed by YouTube, blogs and digital photos.
Guest: Mike Lebowitz, an attorney who specializes in military free speech and a National Guard officer and Benjamin Mako Hill, MIT

Contributors:

Noel King

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