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Suit Settled Over Filtering of Gay Web Sites

While we're on the subject of Internet filtering, you might want to check out Mark Walsh's latest post on The School Law Blog about the settlement in Tennessee over access to gay Web sites.

The Metropolitan Nashville and Knox County school districts settled the lawsuit by the American Civil Liberties Union and several students who argued that their filtering software restricted access to informational sites.

Here's some of EdWeek's coverage of the case as well.

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