That is the problem in a nutshell. Websites get "sonicwalled", access gets firewalled and learning gets stonewalled out of fear. At least some of this fear is that we in education don't hold the keys to the palace of information anymore. We're not, to be blunt, needed for intensive and extensive learning to occur. The game is up. The charade no longer tolerated.
Prediction: the longer and harder the resistance to change that embraces new learning paradigms, the worse off schools guilty of this resistance will be.
What's needed are new roles. New positions. I wonder what school district will hire the first Assistant Superintendent of Information Management and E-Learning.