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80% of Work Place Activity Surfing Porn and Gambling

Written by:
Jagajeet Chiba
Published on:
Nov/19/2009

Over the period of one month, officials measured how employees and students in Jönköping, Sweden used the municipality's 8,000 computers and the results were staggering.

At times, up to 80 percent of the municipality's Internet capacity was used for file sharing, an activity which is oftentimes illegal, according to a report in The Local, a Swedish online news site.

In addition, employees and students spent an unexpectedly large amount of time visiting websites featuring pornography, weapons, racist messages, games, and online gambling, according to the report.

"I would have never thought the problem would be this widespread," said city director Martin Andreae to Sveriges Radio (SR).

But it is!

The study reveals that, in a single month, users spent a total of 1,300 hours, or the equivalent of four full-time positions, visiting inappropriate websites.

Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com 

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