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    Re: School ICT policy

    I'd give "monitoring" it's own section closer to the start to make it stand out more. It's a key point in any case, but since the RIP Act you really need to ensure people know about the confidentiality or otherwise of their comms & data on your network.

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    Re: School ICT policy

    Doesn't that apply more to adults. Can students really expect that to have an absolute right to go on chat sites during lesson time?

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