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Audits of workplace PCs by security firm PixAlert discovered that more than a quarter (25.8 per cent) of the 10,000 PCs scanned contained pornography or other inappropriate images. Authorised scans of around 125 corporate and public sector networks by PixAlert over the last nine months also found 12.4 per cent of 12,000 email …

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Rightyo....

No doubt PixAlert (you can tell a lot about a company by its name) will be able to assist the aforementioned organisations with said smut removal.

Another example of a company with a vested interest in a sector producing a 'no shit Sherlock' report.

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Domain name lapse

An unwanted domain name was allowed to expire at work... of course there's still sites that link to that site and brilliantly the web address is on the packaging of some older product stock as well.

Needless to say, within a day or so of the domain name expiring it was a brand new amateur porn site... for the first time in almost 7 years I've had a legitimate reason to look at pr0n at work - w00t!

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