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Sex-obsessed bureaucrats threaten nation’s security with porn-surfing habits

(The Washington Post) -- For two hours a day, a General Services Administration employee visited dating websites, scoured the Internet for pornography and even maintained a user account at an X-rated social networking site.

Ultimately, a computer virus from a porn site infected the employee’s email, sending a mass message to everyone in the account’s GSA address book titled “check out my pictures,” according to records obtained through the Freedom of Information Act.

The case shows how porn in the federal workplace poses a security risk, giving computer viruses inroads to attack government servers. Records obtained by The Washington Times through the Freedom of Information Act show that the Environmental Protection Agency is hardly the only agency with a porn problem.

Last week, congressional lawmakers heard about an EPA official, still employed, who spent up to six hours a day looking at porn.

The GSA, the Treasury Department, the Postal Service, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and other agencies also have had employees investigated in recent years. Porn scandals also have hit the National Science Foundation, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Pentagon.

“It’s a big problem everywhere,” said Sharon Nelson, president of Sensei Enterprises Inc., a computer forensics firm.

She noted that the same issues appear in the private sector.

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