Question about MySpace Social Network
Hey can yall get myspace unblock for the city please i will give you $240000
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
Using MySpace (or similar websites) while at work (which, like dragon_rag27, I will assume you're talking about) will not get the police knocking down your door.
The fact is that the computer (and its related networking capabilities) belongs to the place of business for which you work. They view employees using their equipment for personal use as a sort of theft of time from the company (essentially being unproductive), which is probably the case, but is NOT a criminal act. You should review any employment agreements that you may have signed during the course of your employment with the company, in particular their 'Acceptible Use' policy regarding company computers and the Internet. This documentation will outline what it is that they consider acceptible and what is grounds for repremand.
Essentially, if the company has put in the effort to try and stop you from using a particular service, chances are there's good reason for it and you will be made to suffer the consequences of thwarting this attempt (perhaps a warning, restriction of computer/Internet use, probation, termination, etc.)
As noted, you can use a Proxy service to bypass this safeguard. Alternatively, you can try to enter in the numerical address equivalent of www.myspace.com (which happens to be 18.104.22.168) may work to get you around the block if the adminstrators who setup the block on your system did not enter in the server address (giving it a try on your computer at work will answer this question for you)
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
You cant with out the administrative password and i wouldnt try anyways because if you somehow do get on you risk getting in seriuse amounts of trouble up to expulsion as it would be considered hacking and you would risk trouble with the police i would just wait untill you get home but if you are that desperate to get into trouble go into google and look up pr0xys which will help you beeat it
...not recommended though
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