posted on Aug, 13 2011 @ 07:24 PM
This looks pretty straight forward to me. As a few notable members posted on the first page, your stupid enough to post your life on the Internet then
live with the consequences. You can't cry the privacy line when and if you are openly laying out your life details for everyone to see, doesn't make
If the kids are at school then all of their data is subject to review and scrutiny because they are on the schools network. The same cannot be said
for their own personal use at home but again if they are openly disclosing the data or making it public there is no issue since anyone can look at it
and do as they please.
The notion that the "router" can block it shows a severe lack of critical thinking. Most kids have personal smart phones, none of which (depending on
your country of origin and their laws) can be intercepted.
When you look at the number of douchebags who announce their intentions in places like FaceBook (Norway clown ring a bell) and the numerous cases of
cyber bullying its no wonder schools are resorting to this tactic. Obviously they are having to fill the massive void left by uncaring and mindless
edit on 13-8-2011 by brill because: (no reason given)