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October 5, 1997updated 03 Sep 2016 1:05pm


By CBR Staff Writer

A firm of private eyes in the US have been digging the dirt on computer users – and finding all kinds of filth on their hard disk. One in four corporate computers contain some form of pornographic materials – including some instances of child pornography, according to Sudeep Bose, director of investigations at Digital Detective Services from Falls Church, Virgina. The results are not startling. Many small and medium-sized firms have no formal policies or standards on internet use or materials transmitted online. He said that employees with tainted materials on their computer are normally terminated immediately.

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