July 11, 2006
Access to Blogs Banned During Working Hours for Kentucky State Employees
From the Christian Science Monitor:
"Bloggers, the self-described Thomas Paines of the Internet age, charge that Gov. Ernie Fletcher (R) is violating their right to free speech by censoring their content from the 34,000 state employees. But others see a more subtle lesson in Kentucky's attempt to crack down on desktop dawdling, including how much bosses should do to restrict access to opinion sites - and what blocking access to blogs might mean for everything from esprit de corps to the bottom line."
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