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Google’s Response To Secure Search K12 Issue

Although it is probably not true, I would like to believe my Twitter PLN helped expedite the response from Google this past weekend. Early this morning, Google posted a response to the Google Apps Edu content filtering issue: An update on encrypted web search in schools. To resolve the blocking of Google Apps Edu, Google will create a new host name domain for secure search so K12 districts won’t be forced to block Google Apps Edu. Google said they will fix this issue in a few weeks. I will definitely be following up with them to make sure they do fix it. Thank you for addressing this issue and listening to your schools who preach and use your products. Thank you to those educators who helped spread the word: Google Apps Edu Content Filtering Debacle

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  1. June 26, 2010 at 3:26 am

    Google moves Secure Search to a different URL http://bit.ly/crhVMj Thanks @EdTechSandyK #EduIT [Nice work education community] #edtech

  1. June 14, 2010 at 10:16 pm

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