The porn-at-work phenomenon

A recent USA Today report indicates that companies are growing increasingly concerned by the fact that wireless access to the Internet appears to be giving the porn-at-work phenomenon a boost.

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Further, it appears that 65% of US Companies use software to block worker’s access to inappropriate websites. 16% of men and 8% of women admit to visiting porn sites while at work. Clearly, the network-level filter proposed by M2Z will not only benefit parents in letting their children safely surf the net but also benefit US Corporations who want to avoid lawsuits and other harassment risks faced by porn surfing employees.