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High School bans Blogging

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High School bans Blogging
Officials at Proctor Jr.-Sr. High School have banned access from school computers to an Internet site that students have been using to post to weblogs or blogs. I was wondering how popular blogging would have to get before it gets banned from high schools?

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    Students at Proctor High School in Vermont can no longer write weblog posts at school. School officials are concerned for the safety of the children posting personal data online that could be used by an Internet predator.

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