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Got porn in the workplace?

If you do have porn in your workplace, then in the words of Borat, "Naughty naughty" *waggles finger*

How does one expect to get any work done if there is pornographic material lying around in one's computer? Productivity goes down, obviously, colleagues start sharing them among themselves (and to the outside world), and staff tend to stare at the image(s) for long periods of time while pretending to be busy with important work matters at their computer.


Be careful, yeah? You never know if your company has SurfRecon ERT (Emergency Response Tool). What it does, is that basically it is a rapid-image-analysis application which is used to detect by analyzing suspect computers or any other digital devices for pornographic content.

I think it's great that there is such an application, as I was shocked to read that by asking an employee (eg. HR Manager, IT engineer, etc.) to look at pornography for any reason could result in a hostile work environment lawsuit. SERIOUSLY.

SurfRecon also has editions to ensure family-safe home computers, education, law enforcement as well as the business edition.





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