12-18-2015 09:10 AM - edited 12-18-2015 09:10 AM
Does anyone else feel like the Palo Alto URL Filtering categories "Music" and "Entertainment and Arts" have a lot of potential for confusing crossover?
Name: Entertainment and Arts
12-21-2015 06:29 AM
I agree there can be some cross-over, but it seems Palo is trying to make a greater distinction that other Web Content Filtering services.
While I believe that BC's filtering services stomp the poo poo out of Palo's I think the distinction does make sense.
Here's a quick grab at what I'm seeing for "Music"
It seems that the latter is more regarding the delivering of content. From what I can tell a lot of what I'm seeing as "Music" is really "Apple" stuff.
12-21-2015 07:13 AM
That's the thing, the Palo Alto definition of their Music category specifically says that it's NOT for streaming content. If it was (similar to Blue Coat's "Radio/TV Streams" categories) I wouldn't have a problem with it.
We don't allow iTunes in our environment, and this is what I'm seeing for the "Music" category ( Rehearsal studios, song lyrics, someone buying tickets to "The King and I" on Broadway...)
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