A new report says current internet filtering technology meets most, if not all, the needs and concerns of schools but recommends that vendors train teachers, administrators, and librarians on their products' specific features so they are better equipped to use them.

The report also recommends that Congress expand the Children Internet Protection Act's (CIPA's) definition of "technology protection measures" to include a wider array of technologies that can protect children from inappropriate online content.

The Aug. 15 report, entitled "CIPA Study of Technology Protection Measures," was prepared for Congress by


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