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Posted by: Anonymous [ip:] on March 05, 2008 02:28 AM
would there be value in a school chaching all down loads and storing them (in the library) to reduce bandwidth use. Any request would be emidiatly serviced saving student time and network load. Any questionable content could be filtered using a apriori diff befor the request goes out if previously blocked and all request could simmilarly go to the school supperintendant allowing the local school system to use a closed local network- there closed circuit TV media to creat an other layer of cache' and secuity and potential saving. While a student brouses old request the new request is being filtered and serviced and diff-ed with prior content.


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