POLL: Does Your Workplace Block Access to TMP?


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Multiple scale war gamer Inactive Member writes:

In US Public Libraries have filters they are apparently required to use for "the safety of children" – but they must remove it if asked by an adult for that adult user. TMP gets filtered as a 'game' site. Chat rooms are fenced off as policy.

Get caught doing something offensive like porn that can be seen by a librarian or other user or "hate" sites that others complain about and you can be banned. At least that's how the Librarian I spoke to said it worked. Basic Common Sense, do something to disrupt the atmosphere of a Library – lose computer privileges. Works for me.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
yes - always has
29
6%
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yes - recently
25
5%
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no
370
73%
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used to, not now
6
1%
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will in the near future
4
1%
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don't know
9
2%
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no internet access at work
31
6%
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not employed
34
7%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Some companies use "content filters" to prevent their employees from accessing what they perceive to be "entertainment" websites.

Does your employer block your access to TMP?