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My school has Macs and the school has blocked all the web sites.

Can you please tell me how to unblock these websites??? please!!! thank you!!!!

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This doesn't have anything to do with the computers; it's something schools and businesses set up on their networks. and it's not something you can change unless you can get admin access to their router(s).

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