New military regulations prevent journalists from publishing photos of wounded solders without the written consent of those soldiers. It seems sensible to respect the rights of soldiers who have been wounded in combat not to have their photos published, but the net effect of this regulation is that it prevents the media from documenting what’s happening on the ground in Iraq every day. Of course, no such rules exist when it comes to Iraqis, and we don’t see many photos of the horrors they face every day, either.