Goldman Forces Employees To Poke On Their Own Time

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The hits just keep on coming out of 85 Broad and its satellite campuses these days. First, the hideous news that employees have been banned from commenting on Dealbreaker.com. Now we receive word that Facebook has been blocked. I'm sure the lot of you are going to argue that the vast majority of financial firms have long blocked access to the social networking site, but Goldman's supposed to be above such pedestrian measures. See, Blanks and Co. used to be of the mind that as long as you're kicking ass (by lying about level three assets), who cares what websites you visit during jack off time? It's a slippery slope from telling your employees they can't get on a site devoted exclusively to sex videos featuring Mark Haines to becoming a takeover target.
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