Gee, How Did These Boobies Get On My Screen?
from the so-many-accidents! dept
We're generally pretty skeptical about every single study that talks about personal surfing at work -- because, without fail, they all seem to be funded by companies looking to sell web filters. The latest such study is, indeed, funded by a firm trying to sell filters, but has one amusing point. While not that many people actually do end up surfing porn at work (16% of men and 8% of women), only 6% of men and 5% of women claimed they surfed pornography at work on purpose. Of course, if that's the case, can someone explain why 10% of men are seeing porn accidentally, while only 3% of women are? Are men just naturally "accidentally" surfing to more sites that may include porn, or is someone being a little less than truthful? Seems more like people are answering the survey based on what they think they should say, rather than what's true.