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Subject:Re: HELP!! Business case From:Kat Nagel <KatNagel -at- AOL -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 23 Sep 1994 18:13:21 EDT
>I would be interested in hearing what
>reasons companies are giving for restricting access to user groups and other
>forms of communications. Would anybody care to post the reasons they've
>heard for restricting net access?
Quote (_not_ my opinion): "Internet connections are expensive. Why should I
pay big bucks for a toy for employees to waste time with. After all, what
does alt.sex or rec.food have to do with _ _ _ _ _ _ (department function
deleted...fill in your own)?