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Originally posted by Lolliek
So this goes into effect Monday? Wonder when the lawsuits will start? I can understand a corporation blocking gaming on company time, or possibly porn, but maybe an alternative news site? Really?
That slippery slope is getting steeper, isn't it?
Originally posted by K J Gunderson
Originally posted by jdub297
A public employee's union to protect your "workplace rights" and wages. Something the general public does not have.
Since when do you have any "workplace right" to just surf the net?
Thus, more public funding for more public employees and more public employee's union members, and more public employee's union contributions to the politicians funding more public employees who join public employee's unions who fund politicians who fund public employment.
I am not sure you are reading the same article that I did. What are you talking about more this and more that?
Originally posted by centurion1211
reply to post by K J Gunderson
People at work should do work - especially if funded by the taxpayers.
The key to my post was the creation of yet another slippery slope, and that ATS could well be considered "controversial" enough to be blocked.