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Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Why is LLNL blocking most of the clicks on "LLNL-The True Story"?

Why is LLNL blocking most of the clicks on "LLNL-The True Story"?

Note from Scooby: Is  LLNL blocking most of the clicks on "LLNL-The True Story"? Answer is no.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Get back to work !!

Anonymous said...

If you go to non-work related web sites during work hours, you should be fired. No questions asked, You are a slacker.

Anonymous said...

Last time I checked (before I retired), LLNL employees where allowed a reasonable personal use of their Lab computers (over lunch, for example), as long as it was not related to an outside business (like as a Realtor). Checking on medical appointments, Doctor communications, lab test results, medical related web sites, OK. Also sites related to non-profits (Church, Scouts, City Counsel, Community Groups) and hobbies OK.

Evil Echo said...

11:31 - it used to be that way, but I have been told by current employees of the lab now blocking a great deal of sites, such as YouTube. Certainly that video site has nothing to do with outside business, but it and blogs do have the capability to convey messages that upper management will not like.

From a legal point, I believe that LANS has forsaken any semblance of being a Common Carrier and lost the protections that status is granted. Which means now that any dubious message that enters or leaves llnl.gov could result in legal action against the lab.

Anonymous said...

Actually YouTube does have relevance to LLNL business. Many vendor training aids, technical information and similar videos are put on YouTube.

Anonymous said...

3:05 AM:

LANS runs Los Alamos. LLNS runs Livermore. Neither is or was common carrier.

Evil Echo said...

That is quite obvious, 6:56. Being a CC would have allowed them to avoid certain classes of legal action. Instead they have chosen to censor. Most likely anyone who now complains is merely fired.

Anonymous said...

Can I still get a lunchtime masssge through backdoor via Uber?

Check with the chinks, they have the latest dope.

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