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Megan_Short
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Incognito13
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Should schools continue to follow the CIPA?

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Started: 11/15/2013 Category: Education
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Megan_Short

Con

Many schools are trying to make use of new technology and resources. Although the children's Internet protection act makes it very difficult for staff and students to utilize new resources. The safety of students is very important, but could a different approach to children's internet protection be taken, such as requiring a staff member/teacher to allow the viewing of websites, opposed to completely denying students and staff access to websites and videos that could enhance and assist the learning process. Technology is a major part of our lives and will continue to advance.
Incognito13

Pro

I agree with the topic without knowing what is means. Please explain what CIPA means.
As Aff you shall go first.
Debate Round No. 1
Megan_Short

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Incognito13

Pro

Too be fair i will wait for my opponent to post an argument if he doesn't ill post it in the nest round.
Debate Round No. 2
Megan_Short

Con

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Incognito13

Pro

Wow well that was a weird debate:

Now to post my arguments:

School communities are worried that if they are not compliant with the CIPA law, they may lose too much needed e-rate dollars. After about ten years, the CIPA still uphold confusions and some schools don't even understand it so, it is better if the schools should not follow the CIPA because it is confusing and they made lose e-rate dollars.

http://www.techlearning.com...

The CIPA voltes the first amendment:
An institution will lose everything federal funding if it does not block all potentially inappropriate sites to the fullest extent practicable, or that the Supreme Court decision authorized mandatory filtering for adults and youths alike. So what this means is that the CIPA violates the first amendment and that it is unconstitutional .
Debate Round No. 3
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