Re: Google - how far do you go?
>That's one of the downsides of working on-site... one has to worry about being branded a porn surfer just by landing inadvertently on a porn site. Working at home,
What could you possibly search for that might reveal porn sites, at work? :)
In the 100+ work-related searches I initiate each day, I haven't once accidentally stumbled upon such a site... and I only have "safe search" turned on for images (because it is easy to accidentally stumble upon NSFW images - but image searches are not the same).
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