Online or intra-office gambling, lotteries, betting and football pools.
Electronic politicking, campaigning, or political solicitation.
Using computers to apply for jobs, prepare resumes or communicate with prospective employers.
Chatrooms, Blogs and Listservs.
Accessing the internet to participate in chatrooms, to blog or read blogs, or participate in listservs or internet discussion groups for personal or non-job-related business.
Spending time on Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and other social networks.
Transmitting, receiving, or viewing pornographic or sexual materials, or any depictions or publications thought to cross the lines of decency or which may raise questions of sexual impropriety.
Going online to visit dating and matchmaking services.
Printing, saving, copying, sending or publishing materials that are copyrighted, trademarked, patented or subject to other licensing requirements (such as downloading music unlawfully).
Disclosing, publishing, or referring to any of the employer's private trade secrets, customer lists, confidential formulas or methods, or other proprietary material.
Snooping and Spying.
Using computer technology to monitor the communications of other persons, or to hack into or gain access into other computer systems, or otherwise using any techniques or devices to gain remote access to other information systems.
Using technology and technological skills to decipher or crack a computer code, or applying technical, logical and methodical schemes to determine others' passwords, user identification codes and encryptions.
Auction Sites and Online Shopping
Selling and buying consumer goods, music or personal products on such sites as Ebay, Amazon and I-Tunes.
Other Illegal Business.
Conducting any other unlawful business or activity on line, via computers, telephones or fax machines.