You don't allow pornography and sexually explicit material in your classrooms—but how can you keep it off your computers? This may be more difficult than you think. First, there is the question of whether you can legally restrict expression. Second, there is the general question of how you carry this out. You have to combat sexually explicit materials that can exist in many internet arenas—chat rooms, bulletin boards, web pages, and in both text and graphics.

Legal controls on the internet—especially those restricting sexual material from children—is a critical concern for schools and parents.


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