iBooks and Content Restrictions :-<

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In K-12 anyone else deal with the 'explicit content' iOS policy even when deployed correctly not actually blocking a significant about of inappropriate material and the easy ways kids are getting around that policy?
- Click on link inside free ibook for advertised material and it will bypass the 'explicit content' block.
- Student purchases or downloads on another iOS personal device highly inappropriate iBooks content and is able to sync that content on school device thru iCloud that has iBooks policy in place.
We are working with Apple for a resolution, but wondering if anyone else has caught this yet as it is becoming a huge issue in our K-12 District.


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