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wow for some reason i just can't see canada taking such an aggressive move...
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keep me updated on this, i hate my school's filter....
    
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For those of you trying to circumvent your schools filters and such, first off, shame on you. Secondly, try installing the logmein program onto your computer, and the school computer, use it to remotely log onto your computer at home, and then surf the internet, on your computer! Im not sure if that would work, have never really tried it, however, it seems to me that it should work, since your computer at home is actually the one accessing the internet.
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For those of you trying to circumvent your schools filters and such, first off, shame on you. Secondly, try installing the logmein program onto your computer, and the school computer, use it to remotely log onto your computer at home, and then surf the internet, on your computer! Im not sure if that would work, have never really tried it, however, it seems to me that it should work, since your computer at home is actually the one accessing the internet.
it used to work for me. i'd always remote to my computer at my house where my messaging programs, email and internet were all installed. that way if the teech ever came by i could just close out of it or minimize it....
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Our school computers don't block anything really this year as they just switched to a different company for blocking(though I haven't checked pr0n sites ) but they don't allow you to install anything on the computers. Last year the science teacher (also the system admin for the school) caught me on a proxy site lol
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