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Re: [tor-talk] IBM says Block Tor

On Thu, Aug 27, 2015 at 4:08 AM, Tom van der Woerdt <info@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> If you work in a call center with a company computer, you have absolutely no reason to use Tor.

Some spend all day on Tor, including consulting with private
customers, researching issues over it, and interacting from IP's local
to their client.

> If you did use Tor, it would most likely be a red flag that you or the computer have been compromised and need investigation.

Some places allow tor for personal use for the explicit reason that
they don't wish to be involved with policing employees freetime
traffic on break, want to offer segregation, etc, in exactly the same
way they don't regulate your cell phones.

> Keep in mind that while at work, your boss decides what you are and aren't allowed to do with your time.

It's a two way street and an open market.

> For the same reason, routing all employee traffic through a proxy and filtering sites that host games also seems reasonable.

Happy employees are productive employees.
If sadomasochist workplace environments are your happy thing, that's ok too.
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