Adult Sites Becoming Workplace Problem

Law360 (October 18, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- As Internet pornography becomes increasingly accessible, many companies have taken steps to safeguard themselves against potential litigation resulting from the viewing of illicit material at work.

According to a soon-to-be released survey by Elle magazine and MSNBC, about 21% of men and 17% of women have admitted to looking at porn on the job site. And about 7% of men and 5% of women have been caught viewing porn at work, the survey said.

"As more and more people get Internet savvy – and certainly pornography has taken off at an explosive rate – this has become a problem for companies,"...

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