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Remove the restrictions on Bloxham Student Laptops

53 Signatures Goal: 100

As all of you will have noticed - the IT department has restricted our laptops so much that even the simplest most necessary tasks are no longer possible. The purpose of this petition is to attempt to get some or all of these restrictions lifted in order to improve the quality of the user's experience. Some of the things we can no longer do: - Right click - Lock the computer - Access task manager - Only download 100mb per day - so no more games or music - UPDATE: You only have 500mb over the weekend - thats 2 x 30 min programs worth on BBC iPlayer - Change our backgrounds/themes - Access control panel - Access C: drive - Access our documents stored in the holidays - Access to Facebook and Youtube blocked until 4 each day + Many other sites - Access Skype and any other software which requires the internet e.g. Spotify - And the list goes on... Please sign the petition to make our laptops better. THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO HAS SIGNED THIS SO FAR - KEEP GOING THOUGH - WE NEED AT LEAST 100 TO STAND A CHANCE OF GETTING IT CHANGED

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Signatures

  • 6 years ago
    Adam McCartan United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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    Jonathan Wears United Kingdom
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    dominic fenwick United Kingdom
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    Diggle United Kingdom
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    Diggle United Kingdom
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    Max Mitcham United Kingdom
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  • 6 years ago
    we pay for internet (£10) per term, we should be allowed it as much as we want. United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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    Matt United Kingdom
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    Jake Cake United Kingdom
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    Ailsa Cartledge United Kingdom
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    Tia Purvis United Kingdom
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    Ty Hayward United Kingdom
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    Teddy C United Kingdom
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    Callum Kenny United Kingdom
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    Callum Kenny United Kingdom
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