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Re: Minors and Obscene Humor

  • Subject: Re: Minors and Obscene Humor
  • From: "H. WILLIAMS" <msbucky@home.com>
  • Date: Sun, 08 Jul 2001 16:27:18 -0400

> Dan Nelson wrote:
> Helen Williams wrote:

It is my belief that as parents we must accept the responsibility for
our children ourselves and not leave it up to the good (or otherwise)
graces of others, ESPECIALLY where the internet is concerned.

If Bob is concerned why doesn't he have his personal email password
protected? In fact, why isn't his computer set up for individual user
logon?  Mine is.


> "I don't see what the problem is?"
> ======================================
> Helen,
> Bob has stated that his child reads some of the hosta-open mail. Other
> minors are being exposed also.
> Is exposing minors to obscene humor alright in your opinion.
> I believe there is a big difference between off topic postings and
> exposing minors to obscene humor.
> This thread is about obscene humor.......not about off topic postings.
> Dan Nelson
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