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Windows 7: Accessing Blocked Websites

26 Feb 2010   #11
Capt.Jack Sparrow

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Well i don't think we need to argue here. He asked a question he found the answer. So case closed !!

- Captain


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26 Feb 2010   #12
Staple Head

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Capt.Jack Sparrow View Post
Well i don't think we need to argue here. He asked a question he found the answer. So case closed !!

- Captain
no one is arguing just correcting someones misquote and rudeness.
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26 Feb 2010   #13
brady

 

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the internet is our greatest tool for for personal freedoms. no one is talking out of their a%@. i did not say they do not block. i clearly said that they should not be blocking sites. why do you think we are fighting so hard for net neutrality here in the states? so what is happening in france and australia does not happen here.
They aren't blocking the sites to sensor your "internet freedom"
Your "internet freedom" compromises the schools infrastructure when you click on the "FREE VIAGRA" banner. This is why sites are blocked, so when you claim that a school or business 'shouldn't' block sites, your logic is flawed.
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26 Feb 2010   #14
Staple Head

Windows 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by brady View Post
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the internet is our greatest tool for for personal freedoms. no one is talking out of their a%@. i did not say they do not block. i clearly said that they should not be blocking sites. why do you think we are fighting so hard for net neutrality here in the states? so what is happening in france and australia does not happen here.
They aren't blocking the sites to sensor your "internet freedom"
Your "internet freedom" compromises the schools infrastructure when you click on the "FREE VIAGRA" banner. This is why sites are blocked, so when you claim that a school or business 'shouldn't' block sites, your logic is flawed.
no it is not. limiting a student to an intranet at school should be done. the student should not be on the internet for any reason at school.
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