>I'd like to hear from folks that are using or have researched filtering.
>What products are you using or considering? Does ANY product
>meet the law's requirements (given that nothing in the real world
At Morrisville we have tested serveral products and are going to implement
iPrism by Internt Products. It a a hardware solution that sits between the
firewall and the rest of the network. It also could be a firewall for you,
but not the best solution.
>Are there ways to do one-point filtering, or will there need to be
>something running on each PC?
>Would using the filtering built into browsers be good enough
>(especially given that smart kids might be able to re-do these settings)?
The iPrusm is a very nice system that allows us to apply internet filtering
levels by either a user or group and we can import our users database into
the iPrism software. Also it keeps track of booksmarks for each user and
allows the booksmarks to rome around with them on the system at what ever
computer they sit at ( either mac or pc) .
We are now going to go this route.
Information Technology Director
Lamoille South Supervisory Union
P.O. Box 340
Morrisville, VT 05661