+++DO NOT VIEW THE SUBSEQUENT MESSAGE IN THE PRESENCE OF FACULTY OR OTHER AUTHORITIES+++
+++SEROIUSLY, THOUGH, WAIT UNTIL AFTER CLASS TO READ THIS+++
+++LIKE, IT WON’T ACTUALLY OPEN DURING CLASS HOURS+++
A short time later…
+++Welcome to the Claremont Academy Students’ Protected Exchange Router+++
+++Please visit the following link to download the CASPERnet Application.
After a short moment, the app finished downloading and pops up a very clean, simple login page with your first initial and last name pre-loaded. It is requesting a 16-character passcode. A moment later, another transmission comes through with the code.
Upon entering your code, the screen pops up another message.
“Welcome to the Claremont Academy Students’ Protected Exchange Router. This will serve as a communication network between Claremont Students, allowing secure and unmonitored communication between all of us without oversight from the faculty or any other outside influence. This network is not anonymous in any way, however. Your user name is your First initial and Last name. This cannot be changed. Please be kind.”
A prompt appears.
“Please create a new, unique passcode for your account. This account it your responsibility to be kept safe and, should it become compromised, we will have no choice but to delete the account immediately.”
After creating your passcode, a message board loads with the popup message:
“Would you like to make a post? Ask a question! Connect with friends! Catalogue your adventures! Organize a meetup!”