News.com reports that sidestepping filters remains a hot-button issue on school campuses nationwide. Response a previous article on the subject posted on News.com has produced a slew of responses on how students circumvent filters, how schools implement them, and how schools handle the discipline aspects of the problem. In Pennsylvania for example, one student was caught handing out business cards with instructions on how to defeat his school’s filtering system. The school in question offered the student a choice: he would be given a break if he would share his methods of defeating the filter with school officials. In another example, one administrator from a mid-sized Colorado school reported that students accessing MySpace.com against school policy was a huge problem until he installed a filter from 8e6 technologies. On the other hand, kids responded that they used web proxies such as Hidemyass.com, which even teachers admitted using to access filtered information. Based upon reader response to the original feature, students all around the globe are savvy enough to defeat filters. A 15 year-old student from Australia realized he could use the “remote desktop” feature of his PC to log onto the teacher’s computer, which was behind the firewall–without the teacher even realizing it…