The controversy still brews . . . I’d like to thank the writer of the blog Caliban’s Dream for his comments about me and Covenant Eyes. I have to say, you really made me think about some things. Thank you. First, I’d like to say to Caliban that I don’t find your posts annoying (contrary to what you may assume). I rather enjoy reading what our detractors say. I know Covenant Eyes is not a perfect program (nothing is) and I know that it is merely a tool (one that can be ill-used).
by Zach Spencer Well, do you know the “My Account” area of our website? That is the spot that you can click on in the upper right part of your report? Or the one you click on at the top right corner of the Covenant Eyes home page? Well, it’s got some new features…
Recently I posted a comment about Moore Theological College‘s initiative to offer the installation of CE on all student and faculty computers. Read on to find out what more of our detractors are saying . . . Only 20 days ago one blog submitted a series of comments about this initiative at Moore. First, let me start with the comments I found enlightening.
Ah, I love the smell of controversy in the morning. I’ve been tracking an interesting story concerning the use of Covenant Eyes software. Apparently one of the largest Anglican seminaries in the world, Moore Theological College, near Sydney, Australia, recently encouraged students and faculty to install CE on their personal computers. John Woodhouse, the principle at Moore, while not making CE mandatory, desires to create a “culture” of accountability at the school. Reactions to this initiative vary, as you can probably imagine.