Internet filtering and blocking policies

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Open Rights Group

Dear York St John University,

I am writing as a research volunteer at the Open Rights Group. We are conducting a study to better understand filtering and blocking of websites on the public estate, to understand what content and sites are inaccessible and why.

We would like to know, in relation to your publicly accessible Internet networks, or Internet networks for your clients:
1. The categories of content blocked or filtered, e.g.:
(a) Security or Malware
(b) Content types, eg adult, alcohol etc
2. Statistics relating to the requests blocked or filtered, eg how many site requests filtered or blocked per category
3. Monitoring requirements you have for users, eg if you record or may record their Internet usage

Yours faithfully,

Charlie Parker
Researcher
Open Rights Group

foi, York St John University

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Dear Mr Parker

 

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Thank you for your correspondence, received 14 March 2018, which has been
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Information Act 2000 (“FOIA”).

 

Please find attached our response.

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

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York St John University, Lord Mayor's Walk, York YO31 7EX

 

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