Employee study cites rampant Internet abuse

Marsan, Carolyn Duffy
April 2000
Network World;04/24/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 17, p38
Trade Publication
Reveals the increase of illegal Internet usage among employees in the United States. Use of Internet for checking stock prices, shopping for travel bargains and exchanging personal electronic mail; Non-abidance to company policies on Internet use.


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