All Sharman Networks' Kazaa Users...

  Ben Avery (Work) 12:10 17 Feb 03

This makes you think...

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  Goldcroft 12:18 17 Feb 03

If you were running a computer network in a workplace would you want people downloading from Kazaa which is apparently a prime source of viruses etc and which could cripple your business?

And that's apart from the stealing element which the employer could be sued for.

  Ben Avery (Work) 12:22 17 Feb 03

My thoughts exactly!

May make the Kazaa users think twice about using the software?


  QuickHare 16:20 17 Feb 03

If the company has any concern about this (Which I hope they do), then they would do something to either stop the program running in the first place or stop it downloading by using a better operating system.

I downloaded Kazaa just before my ISP blocked the website to download it. I can still connect to Kazaa, but not to their website.


  €dstow 16:25 17 Feb 03

Anyone downloading anything from one of these sites would very quickly be part of a very long queue looking for new employment.

They know that - it's in their Contract of Employment.


  Ben Avery (Work) 16:39 17 Feb 03

I'm glad it's not just me that see's the worry of these networks!


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