News about ISIS? Skip the social media stuff, please call.

It seems the U.S. (and the U.S. led coalition) against the self-proclaimed Islamic State (or ISIS, ISIL or, more recently, Daesh) is scaling down its actions on a front where it matters most: information. This Friday, U.S. Central Command announced via Twitter that news releases for Operation Inherent resolve will no longer be published by CENTCOM (see tweet above). The same announcement came in CENTCOM’s, well, last release on this issue:

Editor’s note: From this press release going forward, Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve will replace USCENTCOM as the public affairs release authority.

The pun? Well, this Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve does not have a Twitter account, or a web site. At least, that’s what CENTCOM makes you think. And don’t even ask:

All right, then. Let’s leave the fancy social media stuff to those ISIS guys. Update: Spencer Ackermann from the Guardian has, at least, found an e-mail address: