Sunday, 26 2020f January
Brad Stone, "Is the Boss Watching?", Newsweek, September 30, 2002, p. 38L
"...workers spend an average of 8.3 hours a week - more than one entire workday - peeking at non-work-related sites. More than half of the Fortune 500, as well as roughly 17,000 companies, now run EIM [employee Internet management] software, including Cisco, McDonalds and Pepsi."
"Broadband Outpaces Dial-Up," TVTechnology.com, March 7, 2002
"...broadband surfers logged 1.19 billion hours, or 51 percent of the 2.3 billion hours spent online during January. Total time spent online by broadband surfers increased by 64 percent over last year to 1.19 billion hours. The unique audience accessing the Internet via high-speed connections also continues to rise. The at-work broadband population jumped 42 percent to 25.5 million office workers, compared to 18 million the year prior, reaching 63 percent of the Internet office population."
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