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Re: [seul-edu] CIPA and Linux (meeting compliancy w/ SQUID)]
> This would work until we are able to fully meet CIPA with
> Linux/Squid/SquidGuard, and it would keep the NT box from getting so
> overloaded it dies.
The FCC regs and the statute do not contain any specifications for the
filtering device. for this reason why would not Squidguard comply with
CIPA. I am unaware of any specific compliance issues. The school is only
required to certify they have a device. How effective the device may be is
not an issue in terms of certification as that is left to the local
authorities. that is how I read the law and reg anyway.
The other interesting thing is the filtering requirement is for "visual
depictions" only. There is no requirement that text be filtered.