Why Are Some Websites Blocked for Me at Work?

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The below link will take you to a news article of an excellent example on why specific websites are blocked at the work place.


  • To Block Entry Points for Malware and Viruses, Data Loss Prevention, Bandwidth Management, Legal Compliance, Risk Management, Controlling Malicious/Offensive Content, Lawsuit Avoidance, Ensuring Productivity

If you believe a website has been blocked for you in error please click on the link below and follow the directions to have it un-blocked.

Website Access Request Form

Here is an excerpt from the current board approved IT policy:

POLICY: Electronic Communications Policy

Page: 16, 17, 18

Origin Date: January 24, 2007

Revised Date: January 24, 2007

Review date: January 24, 2007

Approved By: Board of Directors

Easter Seals employees have access to an electronic mail (E-mail) system. Employees also have access to the World Wide Web through the Internet. For the purposes of this policy, all such computer applications will be referred to as “electronic communications.” It must be recognized that no specific policy could cover every issue that might arise with such emerging technologies. Therefore, ES reserves the right to interpret and apply this policy as appropriate to the particular circumstances at the time.

The electronic communication system (hardware and software) is company property and is reserved for conduct of ES business. Any question as to the appropriateness of particular uses of the electronic communication system should be directed to the Director of Information Technologies or Vice President of Human Resources.