Missouri School District Blocks LGBT Positive sites as Sexually explicit


The same web filtering service employed by the district allowed sites to be viewed by students that portray LGBT people negatively categorizing them as religious!

Source stltoday.com: “Judge orders district to stop filtering LGBT sites”.

“Camdenton schools use urlblacklist.com to categorize web addresses. The company, Laughrey wrote, assigns categories to websites. Ones that express a positive view toward LGBT individuals are put into its “sexuality” category, which Camdenton blocks. Ones expressing a negative view toward LGBT individuals fall into the “religion” category, which Camdenton does not block.

The district has 30 days to comply. Not “oh whoops, our bad”. Heads should roll.

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