I got a fair amount of eMail in response to my April column about censorship of student newspapers by public school administrators. Although I received a broad range of comments—both pro and con—about publishing the content of school newspapers on the open internet, there was one common thread woven through almost all of the letters. In a few words, the concerns focused on the question, "What can we do about student web sites?"

Ever since it was revealed by the national media that one of the student terrorists involved in the Columbine High School incident had made some threats

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