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RE: [seul-edu] CIPA and Linux

oops, the squid plugin can be found from http://www.squidguard.org

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On 14.05.2001 at 17:58 Erol Yıldız wrote:

>hi again,
>If you are willing to use squid here is a plugin for it,
>or you can use active guardian from http://www.activeguardian.com
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>On 14.05.2001 at 09:24 Jay Drew wrote:
>>I am new to the Linux world and am looking into Squid (or a variant) to
>>provide us with CIPA compliance. I've done some experimentation, but am
>>hoping to have things ready for action at the end of this summer.
>>Jay Drew                 Lake Ridge Schools
>>Director of Technology      6111 W Ridge Rd
>>(219)838-1819                Gary, IN 46408
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: owner-seul-edu@seul.org [mailto:owner-seul-edu@seul.org]On Behalf
>>Of elawson
>>Sent: Monday, May 14, 2001 9:17 AM
>>To: seul-edu@seul.org
>>Subject: [seul-edu] CIPA and Linux
>>Is anyone looking at the requirements of CIPA for filtering systems and
>>Linux could provide a good solution?  In my talks with school
>>on this subject I hear a constant refrain of Cyberpatrol and NT.  Given
>>short time frames in the statute, it seems few are giving any
>>to alternatives nor do I see much dscssion of alternatives anywhere.  It
>>seems this is leading to further entrenchment of NT and foreclosing an
>>opportunity for Linux in education.
>>Ed Lawson