Primary School Rules for Responsible Internet Use

When my wife read through the "Rules for Responsible Internet Use" before signed on the consent form.

She just couldn't help laughing, and said: "So many rules, what can you do with the computer and Internet?"

I said, "They are children, what if they click accidentally on a link to an adult site or hooked by a pedophile? If you think again, Chinese government treat 1.3 billion people as school pupil, look at these rules, you can easily substitute the word 'teacher' or 'school' with 'CCP(Chinese Communist Party)' all these rules will apply in China, and even more if you deliberately break these rules, not only could you be stopped from using the Internet, but also be jailed! This is law instead of a primary school rules."

I will ask permission before entering any web site, unless my teacher (CCP) has already approve the site.
I will only email people I know, or my teacher (CCP) has approved.
I know that the school (CCP) may check my computer files and may monitor the Internet sites I visit.
I understand that if I deliberately break these rules, I could be stopped from using the Internet (jailed).

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