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policies regarding internet/email/computer use needs some flexibility

By heml0ck ·
Thanks to Mr L for providing the title for this discussion.
I work for a large global company which has a "zero tolerance policy" towards "inappropriate use" of computer and computer equipment.
At our site, we maintain and service @450 pcs and @50 servers. We have recently acquired sufficient monitoring tools to identify those users who are abusing the trust our location has put in them.
What would you do if you found inappropriate but legal use going on your network?

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by NI70 In reply to policies regarding intern ...

Is this zero tolerance policy a written policy for employees to read and sign? Define inappropriate but legal. I don't understand that statement.

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yes it is a written policy

by heml0ck In reply to policy

Inappropriate but legal means sites like online gambling, sites with adult content, things of that nature.
Illegal of course refers to child porn, or any other illegal activity.

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