This week, the US Air Force tried to prevent unauthorized access to Wikileaks by block airmen from viewing the New York Times, Der Speigel, the Guardian, and other news sites known for hosting Wikileaks documents. According to Steven Aftergood of the Federation of American Scientists:
In the past, government agencies have selectively blocked access to private websites that post controversial, disputed or classified information. But a block on the New York Times web site is really unheard of. It represents an extreme misunderstanding of information security policy.
Yes, this is the same US Air Force that's been given control of US CYBERCOM. (*Facepalm*)