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Porn killed the stockmarket

""During the past five years, the SEC Office of Inspector General substantiated that 33 SEC employees and/or contractors violated commission rules and policies as well as government-wide standards of ethical conduct by viewing pornographic, sexually explicit or sexually suggestive images using government computer resources and official time," ABC television, quoted the report as saying. The porn-surfing scandal at the SEC began five years ago and picked up at the start of the US economic crisis in 2008, according to the report, which has not yet been made public. Although the porn-surfers represented less than one percent of the SEC's staff of 3,500, the report pointed out that 17 of the accused were high-ranking officials at the agency. "More than half of the workers made between 99,000 dollars and 223,000 dollars," the report said. Among the most serious violators, said ABC, was a senior attorney at SEC headquarters in Washington who spent up to eight hours a day accessing Internet porn."

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