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  1. #61
    Chilly8
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    Re: Wedding Planning Sites - NOT unethical


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    "Leythos" <void@nowhere.lan> wrote in message
    news:MPG.21fc5120ba1d8539899a2@Adfree.usenet.com...
    > In article <fmt0te$h0o$1@aioe.org>, chilly8@hotmail.com says...
    >> The parents where NOT breaking ANY laws provding
    >> their duaghter with the means to bypass the Bess filter.

    >
    > The computer, while personal property, the user is subject to school
    > rules while it's on their (school) network - the user agreed to that
    > when they were given access (in 99% of all cases I know of) and that
    > means they agreed to NOT violate policy.



    I can't blame some parents for doing that. Long, LONG ago,
    I did chat with one girl in one chat room, who was a student
    at Bob Jones University, who was using an AOL dial-up
    account through her cell-phone, despite the campus rules,
    to get on. She paid for her AOL account a year ahead
    of time, and logged on through her cell phone and AOL
    account. Cell phones, themselves, are not prohibited at
    BJU, just using them to access the Internet, instead of
    using the on-campus network. Since modern cell phone
    signals are scrambled, I don't see HOW they could
    find out you were accessing the Internet via your cell
    phone, since they could not eavesdrop on the signal.
    Encrypted digital cell phone service has been around
    since at LEAST the late 1990s. So short, of using
    illegal cell phone jammers, it would be difficult, if
    not IMPOSSIBLE, for Bob Jones U, to stop someone
    from accessing the Internet from their cell phones, be it
    through dial-up, or through faster 3G networks. She got
    away with using her cell phone, and AOL accont, becuase
    the signal cannot be eavesdropped upon.


    I found out that BJU has some of the TIGHEST rules
    of any college ever. You are not allowed to watch TV in
    the dorms. When you go home to your parents, you are not
    allowed to watch any movie above a G rating, or any TV
    show above a TV-G rating.

    Since I implemented my public VPN server, I have
    seen a lot of traffic coming from Bob Jones University,
    and now I can see why, with all the DRACONIAN
    rules they have. Since some of the P2P TV services
    usually have the major U.S. television networks being
    rebroadcast by SOMEONE, I am seeing hits into
    my VPN server coming from Bob Jones U, so TVU
    and TVANTS, where people are rebroadcasting the
    TV networks. Since the connection to MY server
    is encrypted, that is no POSSIBLE way the admins at
    Bob Jones U can find out WHAT is going on. I did
    see a lot of traffic from BJU going to the TVU feed of
    CBS affiliate KPIX in San Francisco, during the
    NCAA basketball tournament. Seems that a lot of
    BJU students wanted to tune into the games, without
    the University administration knowing about it. All
    that University administration would know is that people
    were downloading heavily encrypted data packets at the
    rate of 420K for each person connected. As the saying
    goes, "The book is open, but the pages are in an unreadable
    language".



  2. #62
    Todd H.
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    Re: Wedding Planning Sites - NOT unethical

    "Chilly8" <chilly8@hotmail.com> writes:

    > X-No-Archive: Yes
    >
    >
    > "Leythos" <void@nowhere.lan> wrote in message
    > news:MPG.21fc5120ba1d8539899a2@Adfree.usenet.com...
    >> In article <fmt0te$h0o$1@aioe.org>, chilly8@hotmail.com says...
    >>> The parents where NOT breaking ANY laws provding
    >>> their duaghter with the means to bypass the Bess filter.

    >>
    >> The computer, while personal property, the user is subject to school
    >> rules while it's on their (school) network - the user agreed to that
    >> when they were given access (in 99% of all cases I know of) and that
    >> means they agreed to NOT violate policy.

    >
    >
    > I can't blame some parents for doing that. Long, LONG ago,
    > I did chat with one girl in one chat room,


    But have you ever talked with an actual girl in an actual room without
    money being exchanged?

    Just askin.

    --
    Todd H.
    http://www.toddh.net/

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