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This paper empirically examines emergent business practices that attempt to reduce and control employee Internet misuse and abuse. Over a six-month period, fifty-two web-administered surveys were collected. Respondents ranged from human resource managers to company presidents. Data were stored in a database management system and analyzed utilizing statistical measures. Monitoring efforts and policy development issues are examined against critical incidents of employee Internet abuse. Thedoi:10.1089/109493102760275608 pmid:12216700 fatcat:f2sb6atifjfybojt4rlrislwqu