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Internet abuse in the workplace

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The ubiquitous nature of the Internet is dramatically revolutionizing the manner in which organizations and individuals acquire and distribute information. Recent reports from the International Data Group indicate the number of people on the Internet will reach 320 million by 2002 [5]. Studies also indicate that in the U.S. alone, e-commerce will account for approximately $325 billion by 2002.

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