Vermont Attempting to Monitor State Employee Internet Activity

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Vermont Attempting to Monitor State Employee Internet Activity --

Currently making headlines is this ballsy move by the legislators in the state of Vermont who are voting to install monitoring software on state employee computers. They say it’s to prevent looking at porn – then why couldn’t they just use filters.

Of course, employees are up in arms – but is it because now they know others will know they don’t do anything at their jobs?

Vermont should invest in our The Office Software (theOS)… it’ll do exactly what they need it to and they’ll be able to increase productivity too!!

May 3, 2010
Controversy mounts regarding porn blockers on state computers
From WCAX-TV/ CBS 3

Controversy is heating up in Montpelier over a plan to install monitoring software on the computers of state employees. The goal was to cut off any chance of state employees viewing porn on state time. But that's easier said than done.

A case of big brother? Or an ingenious attempt to prevent inappropriate activity? Regardless of where you stand debate is growing over a plan to install computer monitoring software in state government. Read more ›

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