To my knowledge it has never happened but if a confused person were to visit esd15.org, enter the word "blog" in the domain-specific, Google-driven search engine they would quickly find a number of Technology websites that contain very questionable material.
The problem is very common to unmoderated sites. I would strongly recommend the deletion of such sites or, at the very least, an adjustment to the posting criteria.
For the record, I had absolutely nothing to do with the content found there and I am contacting you within moments of discovering it.
Have a great weekend.
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I kind of like the fact that we can view pornography from a taxpayer funded website. It makes work a little more interesting.
I also like where personal employee information is available to all employees and the public, and the department openly insults all who applied for a position in their organization. Maybe word has gotten around that the technology department is also mismanaged?
Searching the word "porn" is even more effective. Who knew the District could be such a resource for kiddie porn and freaky sites? You must have a very open-minded superintendent.
I am reminded of Montgomery Burns from the Simpsons yelling "Release the Hounds" when visitors step out of his house.
It looks like Perkins Coie found a District image somewhere on your server and they are citing a copyright violation. Now that you have identified pornographic material on their site, what sort of violation of public trust does that constitute?
I would also like to help with legal fees.
Well, at least you know somebody from the district is reading your blog. I wonder what else is out there that "technology" hasn't yet figured out?
Please be respectful. The word PORN is a touchy subject in the northeast region of the distrct.
To July 11th..... I believe that could also be referred to as unincorporated Lynnwood.
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