It’s seems appropriate (seeing that I am in Australia) that I mention news that the Australian state of Victoria has banned YouTube in its schools.
Victoria, Australia’s second most populous state, has banned the popular video-sharing site from its 1,600 government schools after a gang of male school students videotaped their degrading assault on a 17-year-old girl on the outskirts of the state capital of Melbourne.
It seems to me, they should have banned YouTube in schools anyway – it’s hardly a resource school kids need to access, is it?
“Kids, today, we’re going to learn about the evolution of dance. You will be tested!”