I am not aware of any doctrine or body of law that states this.
This sound's pretty harsh and arbitrary and seems unlikely to advance
any coherent goal.
I oppose censorship and favor employee privacy, but I also think that
legal rules should make sense.
Frankly I question whether laws of this sort actually exist. They
should be changed if they do. Please advise.
> Once you start censoring a part of the Internet, or any medium for that
> matter, of a particular piece of information you are responsible to make
> sure absolutely none of the information gets through.
> If you fail to do so you may be up for some pretty big law suit's.
> Leon O'Brien
> Managing Director
> NetWorx Pty Ltd
> > From: potlicker @
> > To: firewalls @
> > Subject: Internet policy
> > Date: Tuesday, September 17, 1996 5:41 AM
> > Wankers PLC did a study of what their users are accessing during business
> > hours. They found that 20 percent of all Internet access from their
> > is viewing pornographic materials. Now they are chewing their finger
> > and trying to decide who to blame. The obvious approach would be to
> > access to the porno sites on their firewalls. How do other companies
> > this issue?
> > PoT_LiCkEr