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Re: [K12OSN] Logging IM traffic

This is the case at my house (just like at work).  Internet access is
provided with the understanding that I can and do control and monitor
all the resources provided.  Those who have shown that they are 
trustworthy, get trusted.  Those who prove they are not trustworthy, 
end up in a smaller play pen (so to speak).  I started with a baseline
of squidGuard years ago.  I've attempted to block all IM at times, or 
deleted it off desktops.  

I will occassionally query them about a web page or email they received,
just to let them know I'm watching.  And yes, I have one who was very
diligent about trying to get around the whole thing.

Cause I'm the dad and it is my job :-).

For the record, I have 5 children, 2 boys, 3 girls, current ages 13-20.

Jim Wildman, CISSP                                      jim rossberry com
614-404-1897                                     http://www.rossberry.com

On Fri, 19 Apr 2002, Steve Wright wrote:

> Well, I agree with you on that point.  Perhaps a standard LTSP install
> should monitor *everything*, and the standard "Terms and Conditions"
> to "have an account on this system", should include a "policy statement"
> about what is permitted and what is not permitted.
> sorry if that wasn't what you wanted to hear, Dude.  ;-)
> hehe,
> Steve
> p.s. ahhh, that makes my day.  8-))

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