MOD BANS BLOGGING

#1
MOD BANS BLOGGING

According to The Guardian, human rights lawyers say the rules, which also cover the TA and cadets, could be in contravention of Article 10 of the Human Rights Act.

Read the story at thisisplymouth
 
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#2
“They” have spies everywhere, they know who you are!!!
Stop posting on ARRSE before they track you down and charge you!!

…and back in the real world :D
 
#5
So. soldiers can't blog eh?

But if my son talks to me, a civilian, and I post a blog about what he's said to me are either of us breaking any rules? (Always assuming OPSEC and PERSEC are maintained.)
 
#9
they could use all the money and stuff they promised to the troops on herrick to track and charge the people blogging and posting videos! oh no wait they probably will!
 
#10
Who the fcuk cares. What kind of boring cnut would discuss that kind of shit on the interweb anyway.

"Hi, my names Barry and i'm in the MPGS. The other week I was tabbing across the Al Fawr peninsula and..."
 
#11
ScaleyFins said:
Who the fcuk cares. What kind of boring cnut would discuss that kind of s*** on the interweb anyway.

"Hi, my names Barry and i'm in the MPGS. The other week I was tabbing across the Al Fawr peninsula and..."
Hello Barry, report to the Adjutants office at 0800hrs Monday please.
 
#12
After careful consideration, as a Civvie - at least until Gordon start unpaid National Service - I have come to the following conclusion: the MOD can go take a flying fcuk at a rolling doughnut.

Did I call the MOD a bunch of useless, gutless CNUTS!? I did? Good.
 
#13
The_IRON said:
ScaleyFins said:
Who the fcuk cares. What kind of boring cnut would discuss that kind of s*** on the interweb anyway.

"Hi, my names Barry and i'm in the MPGS. The other week I was tabbing across the Al Fawr peninsula and..."
Hello Barry, report to the Adjutants office at 0800hrs Monday please.
Shit, sorry sir, my little sister typed that! I'm sure we can come to some sort of "agreement".
 

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