That’s not at all what I meant. I meant to say that, clearly you don’t need warnings, or even desire them, which is fine. These type of warnings aren’t meant for you, then. Instead they are meant for those who are younger and/or more naive and need a warning. It seems like only those who don’t need warnings are the ones saying not to give them. But that doesn’t address the issue of those who need a bit more protection. Therefore, we will continue to give warnings and find ways to educate people about internet safety for those who need it. If you don’t need it, then perhaps it’s best to ignore the warnings.
When I say I don’t care about your preferences I mean that I will do whatever is necessary to protect those who come to this academy to learn. Hopefully we educate them enough that they don’t need the warning after a term or two here, but we can’t assume everyone knows how to be aware of dangerous people when they first arrive. Hopefully this makes more sense now. I certainly don’t try to be unkind to people, but sometimes words are said in a less than appropriate way.