Anyone who has read this blog for more than 60 days will be surprised to read this:
By ANICK JESDANUN, AP Internet Writer
NEW YORK – Half of Americans object to the online availability of graphic war images, though millions have actively sought them out, a new study finds.
In a report released Thursday, the Pew Internet and American Life Project also found a major cultural divide: Men, Democrats and younger Americans were more likely to approve of having such images on the Web.
Television, newspapers and the Web sites of mainstream media outlets generally refrained from using the most graphic images of Iraqi prisoner abuses and the killings of Nicholas Berg and other Americans in Iraq (news – web sites).
But photos and even video could be readily found elsewhere