Is a proxy server using Squid / Squid Guard (or something similar) necessary if you're running a kiosk network?

When setting up a Kiosk network, one that you're using so that people can access a single website, shouldn't you use a proxy server that uses Squid or Squid Guard (or some sort of proxy) to limit the sites they're able to visit?

Someone showed me on a network using a Google Chrome Kiosk that they were able to press F1, search for the name of their website in the resulting Google Chrome help website, and then click the Google Web Search link and the website they were trying to visit came up, even though google chrome was being run in Kiosk Mode

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Category: http proxy Time: 2016-07-29 Views: 0
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