Securly blocks the world.

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Securly blocks the world.

Securly, a site blocker used by schools to prevent students from playing games during class, has been reported by employees to have secret plans for world domination. These reports do differ with certain details, and have not yet been proven to be accurate, although they still seem possible. Because of these conflicting details, we will leave it to the reader to decide whether they want to believe these reports.
Our first report was made by a man named Bill O'Connell, age 35. We will provide some of his words, backed up with some of ours. He reports that Securly wants to ban all sites on all computers and then ban itself so nobody will be able to undo what this power hungry company did. He said "My boss called me into his office one day in the year 2018. He needed to take a visit to the bathroom, and I decided to poke around his office. I used to work as a programmer for the company, so my boss was in a position of relative power as compared to my other colleagues. I found a file, labeled 'Classified. Only open when absolutely necessary', and decided to take a look. Inside, I found the plans and some source code to make it happen." This alone may be concerning, but it's not all. We still have two more reports to share.
The second report was made by Andy Miller, age 51. He reported Securly having plans to block the internet, although wasn't much more specific than that. He worked as an accountant for Securly, and found out about the plans when he accidentally joined the wrong work meeting. He heard his coworkers talking about their plans, apparently trying to create a system that would give securly complete access to google's servers. He remembers them saying something about a bit of google's source code that they had access to, but doesn't remember much about this code.
The third report and the final one that we will share in our article was courtesy of Wendy Berrington, age 47. She said that she worked as a janitor, and overheard executives talking about some "grand plan" as she was mopping the hallway outside of a meeting room. She didn't catch any of the specifics, but she said that she heard something about "blocking it all". She states "I don't know much 'bout what's goin' on, but whatever it is, I'd advise y'all be wary."


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