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Prince William County, under fire for blocking LGBT-related sites, has removed the filter from its computer systems.
In April, the American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia sent a letter asking the filter to be removed. That filter was blocking organizations like GLSEN and the It Gets Better Project.
From the Associate Press:
On Thursday, the school system announced it has removing the filter while keeping other software in place to screen out sexually explicit websites.
Associate Superintendent Keith Imon says it’s nearly impossible to find the perfect balance between protecting students and providing for free speech and access to information.
The ACLU is not aware of any other northern Virginia school system with a gay filter.
“The ACLU is emboldened by their huge infusion of cash and are spending millions on their new ‘People Power’ campaign.”
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