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School policy was that any interference with their means of monitoring students’ computer use was grounds for disciplinary action. It didn’t matter whether you did anything harmful — the offense was making it hard for the administrators to check on you. They assumed this meant you were doing something else forbidden, and they did not need to know what it was.
Students were not usually expelled for this — not directly. Instead they were banned from the school computer systems, and would inevitably fail all their classes. -- Richard Stallman, The Right to Read
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