In an effort to return to profitability by late 2003, N2H2 Inc., a major seller of internet filtering technologies to schools, announced on Sept. 9 that it would undergo a restructuring, including the termination of 18 employees across the company.

The layoffs, which included the company's chief operating officer and vice president of marketing, constituted nearly one-fifth of N2H2's work force, according to company spokesman David Burt.

Despite the cuts, Burt said the company has made no plans to alter any of the services it offers to schools."No one from


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