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Hotsauce

Pron at work

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Ummmmm, just go and delete all your temporary internet files, the cache and the browsing history.

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I travel to different states with a laptop...so I have no office to speak of.

I was just wondering if there were ways around the history in my browser.

But now you guys have put the fear of God in me, I guess I will just have to rack up a bunch of pay-per-view charges on the ole' company credit card then!

one of our outside sales people got fired last month for looking up porn in his lap top instead of just paying for it in the hotel room......no questions asked, they booted his ass out the door

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If you're actually on the company network then there's no way around it. They know every single packet that goes back and forth. But if they just check your cache afterwards then google chrome has an incognito mode(but I don't know how well it actually works).

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one of our outside sales people got fired last month for looking up porn in his lap top instead of just paying for it in the hotel room......no questions asked, they booted his ass out the door

Just don't VPN in while you look at porn and do a good ole supa delete when done. Looked at porn on company laptops for 5 + years at 2 different companies

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What Panthro and natty said.

Surf porn when you're NOT on the company's network. Before you get on the company's network, delete temporary files, cache, etc. Some browsers have private browsing modes - in that mode, any browsing history/cache/etc isn't saved onto your computer at all.

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What Panthro and natty said.

Surf porn when you're NOT on the company's network. Before you get on the company's network, delete temporary files, cache, etc. Some browsers have private browsing modes - in that mode, any browsing history/cache/etc isn't saved onto your computer at all.

That would be great and all but I am ALWAYS on the road...

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You can be on the internet but not their network to be safe though I would pry suggest you steer clear.

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I do the disc cleanup to get rid of everything. why do people spell it pron?

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