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NTRODUCTION The Internet is now a fully integrated part of our society, touching many facets of our business and personal lives. The web is indeed incredibly popular because it enables us to not just quickly get information from sources all over the planet, but also transfer information quickly and easily. Firms were quick in seeing the benefits the Internet would supply their businesses. Soon after phrases such as "The Internet" and "Web Surfing" started to circulate , computers with Internet capabilities became commonplace as pens and post-it-notes on employees' desks. The positive affects the online merit, also leave room for the Internet's negative affects as well. Access to the Internet from a worker's computer allows that employee to spend some time viewing content from non-work associated sites. This is in essence what the Internet abuse problem is -- spending work-time on non-work relevant activities. Internet abuse problems are very as multitudinous as the ways of dealing with them only recently have companies began to deal with and comprehend these difficulties. First we'll attempt to understand who is influenced by the Internet abuse problem; afterward by taking a look at the statistics and examples regarding net misuse, we can begin understanding the size and consequences of this problem. Finally we will also see what companies and workers do about it. Who's INVOLVED? Those affected by the Internet abuse problem are firms, employees, and the consumer. In accordance with Network Magazine1 companies shed 54 billion dollars a year due to Internet abuse. That's money businesses need to make up , through increasing prices, decreasing salaries, or some other method of cost decrease. Compani...