Filtering Report for San Jose Public Library

In February, Sarah Houghton-Jan, Digital Futures Manager for the San Jose Public Library, wrote a report on filtering for the city commissioners. She has since posted the report, which compares three filtering packages — CyberPatrol, FilterGate, and WebSense.

The report includes information on how filtering is done, a description of the methodology, the findings (both general and specific), and her conclusions.

The results of the city commissioners meeting? They decided not to filter.

[from LibraryLaw Blog]

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