re: CyberPatrol blocking art sites...

Wed, 27 Aug 1997 14:13:10 -0400

Like I said if the work contains nudity then it meets our criteria. I am not
here to judge what is art and what is not. It is up to the users of our
program to decide what is appropriate for their children to view.

As I also stated I have moved the block on this site so that only the person
who posted the nude figures was on our list not the entire artist directory.

Please remember we are here to help parents and teachers protect children from
seeing adult material. If the parents feel it is ok for their children to see
partial nudity then they have the option to allow that category. The users of
our program have complete control over what their kids see or don't see.

I hope this helps.

Debra Greaves
Internet Research Supervisor
Microsystems Software Inc.
From: "Star Hawk" <>, on 8/27/97 11:09 AM:
Hi Lile,

Does this mean we have to wait until our works are hung in the Louvre or
Boston Museum of Fine Art before Cyberpatrol considers them
acceptable...Sounds arbitrary and discriminatory to me......and a very
illegal procedure...


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