How Students Bypass Internet Filters on School Computers

How Students Bypass Internet Filters on School Computers

The Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) requires school districts to monitor and supervise technology use by students and staff. In the classroom, teachers often take on part of this responsibility through active monitoring of student computer screens....
Upcoming Webinar: “COVID-19 and the Unintended Consequences of Distance Learning”

Upcoming Webinar: “COVID-19 and the Unintended Consequences of Distance Learning”

Mickes/O’Toole Attorneys at Law, in conjunction with Slate XP, the makers of LearnSafe, will present an online seminar, “COVID-19 and the Unintended Consequences of  Distance Learning.” This seminar will focus on issues that need to be considered with respect to...
The Limitations of Content Filtering

The Limitations of Content Filtering

Advances in educational technology continue to provide countless new ways to learn. Yet with the internet comes content that is not appropriate for students. This is why the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) requires content filtering on school and library...
The Children’s Internet Protection Act and School Computers

The Children’s Internet Protection Act and School Computers

On the internet, information moves with lightning speed. Users can download content in seconds. Unfortunately, some of this content is obscene or harmful — and some of these users are children. Parents may supervise their children’s online activity at...