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  • That's what your phone is for. And don't connect to their wireless. I mean if I was to do such a thing, which I do not.
  • I wonder if you could argue that, by not blocking (for example) Fark.com, the company is giving implicit permission for its staff to waste an entire day arguing with dumb-asses on the politics tab?
  • Lucky LaRue: I wonder if you could argue that, by not blocking (for example) Fark.com, the company is giving implicit permission for its staff to waste an entire day arguing with dumb-asses on the politics tab?


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  • If I couldn't read Fark at work, I would probably go on a murder spree on my co-workers. Those insufferable bastads drive me crazy.

    Plus being a state employee, how else am I going to waste my time?
  • Fark's not blocked at my work. Some of the admins must be Farkers.

    /I tunnel all my non-work-related traffic anyway, just in case
  • *looking over shoulder*

    Nah.....I'm good.
  • blatz514: If I couldn't read Fark at work, I would probably go on a murder spree on my co-workers. Those insufferable bastads drive me crazy.

    Plus being a state employee, how else am I going to waste my time?


    I've often wondered what sort of fresh hell office work was before the Internet was available.
  • Makh: That's what your phone is for. And don't connect to their wireless. I mean if I was to do such a thing, which I do not.


    Nailed it.
  • Not Safe For Work will be so 2012.
  • Reading Newser stories anywhere should be a federal offense.
  • a hypothetical broad interpretation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act-an interpretation that could make it illegal for employees to violate their companies' computer policies.

    First part of sentence: yeah, exactly.

    Second part: even if broad hypothetical became fruition.. I'd still be cool at my company.

    /I got mine, fark you, biatches!

    /yay, found the right thread!
  • To criminalize textual mind/speech. A good idea?

    No. Is this America?
  • The only one who will suffer are fans of fark boobie threads

    /at work

    /fark the man!
  • Indubitably: To criminalize textual mind/speech. A good idea?

    No. Is this America?


    Quit Criminalizing America, Please; Thank You. QCAP. TY.
  • When the slackers who rate worse than I do and don't Fark at work catch up to me, I'll worry.
    Until then, any macrocdata should point to Farking at work = excellent performance.
  • That article is total crap

    FTA:some appeal courts have already ruled that things like accessing social media constitute a violation of CFAA, but the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently took a narrower interpretation of the law in a case involving the employee of an executive recruiting firm who was trying to set up a competing business.

    That's quite different than reading an article.
  • If your hours are billable to a DoD project it already is.
  • If you're reading this while at work, watch out: Doing so could someday become a federal offense, LiveScience reports.

    And if my aunt someday had a sex-change operation she could hypothetically become my uncle, too.
  • Makh: That's what your phone is for. And don't connect to their wireless. I mean if I was to do such a thing, which I do not.


    The sad thing is in my office the ATT reception is spotty. But it's still good enough for me to do everything I want on my phone. I'm amazed at how many people use their work computers to shop online send out personal emails, etc. One guy had so many personal emails that when he left the company he asked IT to save his personal emails to a DVD and mail it to him. The IT people were irritated with him because it was gigs of email data they had to get but he wasn't even working for us anymore.

    But my job isn't all that bad, when I consider the time I somehow accidentally emailed my boss a two girls one cup link. She had no idea what she was looking at, but she did not fire me. Just gave me a serious talking to.
  • They make me look at Fark at work.
  • vudukungfu: When the slackers who rate worse than I do and don't Fark at work catch up to me, I'll worry.
    Until then, any macrocdata should point to Farking at work = excellent performance.


    This. I've always wondered how I could read news and fark 50% of my day and be orders of magnitude more productive than everyone else. I'm an amazing wage slave
  • Communist_Manifesto: vudukungfu: When the slackers who rate worse than I do and don't Fark at work catch up to me, I'll worry.
    Until then, any macrocdata should point to Farking at work = excellent performance.

    This. I've always wondered how I could read news and fark 50% of my day and be orders of magnitude more productive than everyone else. I'm an amazing wage slave


    No, youse suck.

    If the American engine can afford your slackery, then it can afford your falls too...

    *)
  • Well, I just looked up "two girls one cup" and let me just agree with your boss. You need a serious talking to.
  • Indubitably: Communist_Manifesto: vudukungfu: When the slackers who rate worse than I do and don't Fark at work catch up to me, I'll worry.
    Until then, any macrocdata should point to Farking at work = excellent performance.

    This. I've always wondered how I could read news and fark 50% of my day and be orders of magnitude more productive than everyone else. I'm an amazing wage slave

    No, youse suck.

    If the American engine can afford your slackery, then it can afford your falls too...

    *)


    P.S. People are unemployed and wanting to do anything professional, and this/these is/are your exemplar(s), lead by example moment(s)? Way to be professional(s).
  • TheBeastOfYuccaFlats: blatz514: If I couldn't read Fark at work, I would probably go on a murder spree on my co-workers. Those insufferable bastads drive me crazy.

    Plus being a state employee, how else am I going to waste my time?

    I've often wondered what sort of fresh hell office work was before the Internet was available.


    Whisky, cigars and secretaries.

    /no expansive harassment laws
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