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Arguments for vs against filtering Internet Access to legal Websites on University Campus

Content filtering is "strongly discouraged" by Eduroam policies. From the Eduroam compliance statement: eduroam SPs [Service providers] are based on SP local policies. However, modifying ...
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Arguments for vs against filtering Internet Access to legal Websites on University Campus

An important distinction here is whether the university is only a space of teaching and learning or whether it also contains dormatories that are the primary residence for students. If the university ...
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Arguments for vs against filtering Internet Access to legal Websites on University Campus

So I'm interpreting this based on US and what I'm able to find. On a tangent, according to NYCLU, the general idea is that private institutions (like with any other private entity) has the right to ...
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Arguments for vs against filtering Internet Access to legal Websites on University Campus

The most probable decisive argument "for": Managing a limited resource in a political manner. Managing a big network is a challenge Managing a big network with a lot of less literate users ...
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Arguments for vs against filtering Internet Access to legal Websites on University Campus

Arguments for filtering: Even content that is not explicitly illegal can be harmful, degrading or demeaning, so it is a benefit to filter it out. Hate speech, adult content etc. are not necessary ...
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