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    eh.. whoever wrote that needs to be slapped.. it's obviously about using work computers for personal use rather than just the office related stuff.

    Instead the whole cookie side is blown way out of proportion.. even the headline "Cookie controversy".

    They make it sound like visiting web sites at work is bad, oh no! he was on EBAY instead of playing solitaire!!! for shame!!

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    I don't get it...the article makes it sound like the cookies are the problem, rather than the employee Internet surfing. Cookies are a fact of life on the Internet, they're how sites are able to do what they do.

    Instead of focusing on cookies, the article should have focused on the time wasted by employees, who could have been chatting by the water cooler as easily as using the Internet.

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