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Multiple City of Lubbock Employees Resign Following Discovery of Indecent Internet Browsing

From the City of Lubbock Facebook Page

Some City of Lubbock employees are without jobs following a risqué discovery.

During an inspection of internet logs, the City of Lubbock discovered that the computers and login ID’s of six employees were used to view indecent or obscene material.

The City of Lubbock’s employee policy states that “indecent or obscene material shall not be viewed or distributed.” It goes on to state that individual passwords shall not be shared, and the authorized user is responsible for actions done on their own account.

According to a press release from the City, six employees were implicated in the incidents. Five chose to resign or retire, and one employee is disputing the findings.

The City of Lubbock says that no City staff will be available for interviews due to the investigation.

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