Thursday, May 23, 2002

Forbes.com: The Monitors Have Eyes "Monitoring software is proliferating on office networks and home computers, creating a $269 million market for Internet-access-control software. According to research firm IDC, 60% of companies monitor or filter employees' Internet forays, but generally limit their surveillance to logging which Web addresses employees visit. Ascentive's new $49.95 program, launched in December for Windows only, gives would-be Big Brothers a broader opportunity to spy."
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