Re: restricting sex oriented material

From: Martin Gleeson <>
Date: Wed, 4 Jun 1997 17:34:09 +1000

On 4/6/97, Paul Rolfe wrote:
>At 04:29 PM 4/06/97 +1000, you wrote:
>>On 4/6/97, Paul Rolfe wrote:
>>>At 02:09 PM 4/06/97 +0800, you wrote:
>>>I was more implying for lower grade schools, where the parents may be
>>>concerned as to what little Johnny is managing to find on the net at school.
>>Then parents should spend the same money on supervision that is wasted on
>>trying ineffectively to block out the naughty bits. Education works, whereas
>>censorship doesn't.
>Parents cannot supervise their kids whilst at school, and it is very hard
>for a single teacher to police 15 or 20 kids on individual machines.

Then manage the supervision better. You should be able to get 2 supervisors
for the same you pay to one programmer to chase their tail finding naughty

This is getting into the same old circular arguments, and squid-users is
really not the appropriate place for this discussion.

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