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[seul-edu] Fw: Re: CIPA filtering
On Mon, 14 May 2001, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> To: email@example.com
> From: Robert Rickenbrode II <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Re: CIPA filtering
> I do some consulting work for a DC charter school and
> implemented a Squid
> based proxy/filtering solution earlier this year. It works
> I'm just beginning to look in to the exact requirements under
> CIPA, so I'm
> not certain that Squid can address them all (for example, I
> know I can
> limit HTTP POST methods via Squid, but I am not certain how to
> differentiate between user information being posted and a
> Yahoo search) but
> it does do many of them extremely well:
> 1. We can limit and filter access based on a huge number of
> (regular expression searches on the URL, destination domain,
> user name,
> etc.) and there are freely available lists or plug-ins to help
> with this;
> 2. We can differentiate between students and teachers (Squid
> each to the Samba server); and,
> 3. We can turn access on/off based on machine IP.
> There is much more to Squid. These are just some of the
> capabilities we
> use frequently.
> I highly recommend it.
> Robert K. Rickenbrode II
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