No ContentKeeper for school computers at home.

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There is a new policy that makes it so that the censorship that happens at school, also happens at home. It makes it difficult for us students because many of us do not have a PC. We use the school computer for things, say for example, Discord. I personally used Discord to complete projects, as Google Hangouts would barely work on the computers we were using.

Not only that, but the policy is under the Child Internet Protection Act, but they don't block Twitter or Facebook, and a plethora of other social media. Another point I'd like to point out is how CIPA says nothing about games, though pages and services are blocked for being "game sites".

Using these blocks only promotes the use of home computers for school use, and the use of applications such as Tor, which can access the "dark web".

If we truly want to make the internet a "safe place", we should let the students figure out where they should, and shouldn't be. 



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