Points of view

YOUR article on Web porn pedlars (TES, June 28) describes an example of the dangers of the Internet for pupils and staff, where a mis-spelling of a well-known website address takes the user to an explicit pornographic site.

Sadly, this is just one example of the many ways in which purveyors of pornography and other inappropriate material for school, such as games and music sites, have found to challenge the ingenuity of school network managers.

I am researching the extent to which schools are able to protect pupils and staff from such material and would be grateful to receive examples of success, or failure, at jgsearl@aol.com

John G Searl

6 Waterfield

Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire

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