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While Economy Collapsed, SEC Staffers Surfed For Porn

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posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 11:48 AM
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A humorous look into what these people do with their spare time, while I won't knock on porn I must admit this is pretty ridiculous. If anything the 1,800 access denials for pornography Web sites in a two-week period achieved by one person should put a smile on ones face, I mean holy h*** were they aiming for the world record?





The Security and Exchange Commission's own internal watchdog division issued a report finding that senior staffers at the agency spent hours viewing porn.





In one instance, a regional office staff account admitted viewing pornography on his office computer and on his SEC-issued laptop while on official government travel. Another staff account received nearly 1,800 access denials for pornography Web sites in a two-week period and had more than 600 images saved on her laptop’s hard drive, the report said.


GOP ramps up attacks on SEC over porn surfing (AP)

SEC porn investigation nets dozens (Washington Post)

SEC workers spent hours surfing porn instead of searching for fraud




posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 12:52 PM
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That's bizarre.
And it's weird that the person with the 1800 access denials in a two week period and 600 saved porno images is a chick
Isn't it? Maybe it's not and it's just me that thinks that. I was definitely surprised when I saw the word "her" before "laptop" though.


Since they were traveling it could mean that they were looking at it during some "alone time"
in their hotel rooms at night.

I see your point, but it's not quite the same thing as not being able to resist one's own self while on company time in the middle of the office one day



posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 01:10 PM
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1800 denials is pretty exagerated, you would think that after 10 you figured your not gona get through the security but 1800?

I don't understand. Just use proxy and voila.



posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 07:17 PM
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Originally posted by colloredbrothers
1800 denials is pretty exagerated, you would think that after 10 you figured your not gona get through the security but 1800?

I don't understand. Just use proxy and voila.


Please don't give them any ideas, they are disgusting enough.



posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 07:39 PM
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It matters not if a PC station tried to access porn sites some 1,800 times in 10 working days = 180 per day > 22 1/2 per hour > 5.625 every 15 minutes...

either the PC station had a program to access various porn sites or the human sitting at the work-station did absolutely nothing else for at least 2 work weeks ---
this seems an Embellished Story, an extreme fabrication to make a point.


I do not imagine there are 1,800 plus porno sites worth watching out there ! ... but i can be very wrong



posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 07:46 PM
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Originally posted by colloredbrothers


I don't understand. Just use proxy and voila.



You mean 'siter sites' that use the same content but with a web address that is not already on the 'banned' list?

not many porn sites have a mirror site,
mirror (or sister sites) are mostly for radical thinker sites which are confrontational to the Status-Quo puppet masters/NWO/TPTB and are
prone to experience a rash of 'technical difficulties' very often



posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 08:02 PM
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This is very typical in Federal Government jobs.

Here's how much of it works:

1) Government workers do the minority of the work.
2) Contracts are made (real world example) which bill a computer tech $140/hr. The contractor then subcontracts the position to another company for $90/hr. The subcontracted computer tech then pulls in 35-45/hr doing most of the work that gets the government workers bonuses and commendations.
3) There are quite a number of legacy jobs for tech or areas that simply aren't needed or don't exist anymore (DOS Manager is a good example) but they keep them on
4) Research the Dept expenditure procedures, how, and how much they must spend.

The whole Federal Government is tore up from the floor up and it's damn hard to fire any of the workers due to the unions.

This is one of the tamest stories I've heard, and I've heard oceans of them since I have lived near DC for so long. Is it any wonder the county that houses most of the Federal and Federal Contracting jobs is the 2nd richest in the country?

[edit on 23-4-2010 by KrazyJethro]



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