It depends on where you work and what the internet usage policy is. At most jobs shopping online during a lunch break should not be a problem, but be aware that anything you do on a company computer could be viewed by a third party, so any thing you would like to keep private, including your credit card or bank information should not be done over a work network or computer.
If an employer pays you to be there working, that is what we need to be doing. A lot of employers will allow private internet access during lunch or breaks. Frankly, I think those kinds of things need to be done in the privacy of our own homes.
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