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iOS has parental controls, doesn't it? That would probably fill the need for CIPA.
As for the Kindle, the only way to be CIPA compliant would be with the Kindle Wifi, and you'd have to do it with the network. You'd have to have a filter running on one of the network routers (or something like that). There's no way to Kindle 3G.
I am in the process of investigating such issues now so that I can begin to use Kindles in my HS library. I have been told that I can disable their Whispernet connection - and this will keep the Kindle from accessing the web or Amazon from my school wifi which is secured. Anyone tried this?
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