CIPA: Children's Internet Protection Act
This white paper examines the compliance requirements for organizations of the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA). It discusses the purpose and objectives of the Act and how Total Defense Cloud Security enables organizations to meet CIPA's compliance requirements with technology and active content filtering.
The Children's Internet Protection Act or CIPA is US federal law, enacted in 2000, to address the online exposure of pornography and inappropriate content to minors in schools and public libraries.
The Act requires that schools and public libraries protect minors from exposure to offensive/adult material on the Internetby applying Internet filters to computers.
WHO IS EFFECTED BY CIPA
Organizations that receive funding via the E-Rate program for the Universal Service Fund must comply with CIPA regulations as a condition of receipt of federal funding. This criteria commonly effects K-12 schools and public libraries, but can be applied to any organization that receives E-Rate funding.
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