The Sarasota Herald-Tribune of Sarasota, Fla., reports that restrictive content filters in schools are making it hard for students to do legitimate research about world religions. Many schools and districts block web sites produced by cults and non-mainstream religions, and some students are expressing anger over their schools’ decision to allow access only to sites about Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. The protesting students are upset that non-traditional or obscure world religions are being blocked along with occult sites–thereby sending the message that there is something wrong with them.