If you must perform content filtering on encrypted traffic, you have a couple of options. You may wish to consider...
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partially or fully blocking HTTPS traffic with your firewall, limiting the traffic to business-critical uses. Alternatively, you can set up an HTTPS proxy server for your organization and use it to implement content filtering.
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