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Recommendations One point which Chase specifically mentioned as important was "Maintaining user profiles restricted so that software can't be installed and the continual observation of files and emails for inappropriate content." There is, however, an unfortunate side effect to this observation. Legitimate and useful websites are also being blocked to both teachers and student of the Phoenix Elementary School District (PESD). In the United States, Kindergarten-12th grade colleges are required by law to include filters to cubes websites disgusting and harmful to minors. This requirement comes out of a national law enacted by congress known as the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA). This legislation is indeed critical for the security of kids at school. However, it merely requires that there is sufficient monitoring it doesn't specify what specific sites should be tracked. Thus it's up to the faculty to decide. A good instance of a possibly legitimate website that is now being blocked by PESD and several different colleges is YouTube. This is blocked for both teachers and pupils. YouTube comprises helpful how-to videos, current events, and educational content which could prove a valuable advantage. Although it is a fact that offensive articles are located on YouTube, we submit that at least the educators should have access to YouTube, net 2.0, and other legitimate sites. They should also have the ability to grant access for their students on a case-by-case basis. If the technology department doesn't feel like the instructors have been educated enough to be in charge of the pupils' and their own online security, it would be a great idea to supply online safety training for those teachers. Because online threats are always changing and growing, this traini...