Does your workplace filter certain Internet sites?
Mine does. Among the filtered are: Facebook, YouTube, adult sites, MTV, any hacking site, any music or MP3 site, etc.
No, but my supervisor can look up all of the sites I go to. But it always pulls information from the ad's, so it looks like I go to facebook and other social media sites.
I only use the internet for work purposes. I sometimes use it on my breaks, which is allowed, but only to look up maps or news. Even then, that is rare. I have my smartphone for that.
Yes, we're allowed internet access but not social sites. I can't visit HP or read my emails on hotmail. Hardly ever have the time anyway!
At my last job they used Barracuda to block almost all Internet sites. Only an approved list of sites normally used for the business were accessible. If you needed to access a site not on the list, you could put in a request to have it added.
Yip mine does, in fact I am not allowed to use my personal 3g card on my work laptop. I work for the state (in my country they are referred to as the City). I have to acquire a City sim card card, which will inturn allow me to only visit work affiliated sites :-(
No at my workplace the sites are not filtered. I am allowed to watch anything on site! Hurray!
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