Schools are expected to keep their students safe, even with rapidly increasing numbers and types of devices connecting to their networks. While numerous attack vectors make complying with the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) more complicated, pervasive Internet use by tech-savvy students make it more important than ever. Much has changed since CIPA was enacted by Congress in 2000, but the rules enforced by the Federal Communications Commission remain in place. Essentially, CIPA requires K-12 schools and libraries to certify that they are enforcing Internet safety policies, in order to be eligible for E-rate discounts.
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