Dec 092010
 
 December 9, 2010  Posted by  Court, Workplace

The names and job descriptions of Securities and Exchange Commission employees who were caught viewing pornography at work will remain a secret, a federal district judge ruled Tuesday in Colorado.

Denver attorney Kevin Evans requested the information after reading an SEC report that found that 24 SEC employees and seven employees of an SEC contractor were using agency computers to access pornography. The investigation found that the employees in question spent hours at work viewing pornographic websites and one employee was found to have a long-standing Internet porn addiction.

Read more on the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press.

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