Poff1 lastly schools should not have web filters

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”(Poff1) . Lastly, Schools Should not have web filters because we need websites for research . In the article “Are Web Filters too Restrictive” , a student that was interviewed states , “The other day I was researching birth control for my health class , and it took me way longer than it should have to complete this essay , because the web filter would not let me open any websites including planned parenthood”(Ganchar 1) . This relates to me and many students at my school . For example, on my research for finding articles for this topic , I
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Celis 4 was blocked by the MVUSD . This is a great example because I was not able to find great information for this topic . This can cause many issues with the student . This might bring frustration to the student because he/she is searching to find information but cannot because the website is blocked . Therefore, Educational Websites Should not be blocked . Many opponents would say that blocking these websites would be beneficial for the students . Christa Love from the article “Should Schools Have an Internet Filter” says she loves internet filters because it “Enforces digital citizenship ... it tends to protect the students from innocently stumbling on inappropriate content . However, for those students who intentionally want to seek out banned content such as pornography or gaming sites it forces them to engage willfully to circumvent the filter”(Love 1) . Love has illustrated the Composition/ Division Logical Fallacy . This logical fallacy is when you assume what's true about one part then that has to be applied to all or other parts .
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