This thread was named "Hi, I'm Emily" and was the most visited thread in the Newcomers Section of the forums. The conversations had lasted for weeks, depending on whether people were interested.People were noticing this thread was not like the other Newcomer threads that was supposed to be buried in the Newcomers Section after a few welcomes."Be careful what you say," one headline warned, when you discuss "the Starr report and Clinton/Lewinsky matter" in certain ways. While most cases involving E-mail or Internet-related offenses rarely go to trial, it still costs a company thousands of dollars and time, which could have been avoided with a preventative approach.'") (quoting lawyer Ruth Hill Bro); Sharon Machlis, Employers: State Policies, Monitor Internet Use, Computer World, July 20, 1998, at 20 ("[H]ow much trouble can a company get into if employees look at pornographic or racist Web sites on the job? What body of law, one might ask, would suppress jokes about the President or discussion of the Starr Report? Company policies prohibiting sexual or other harassment are applicable to E-mail and voice mail systems. E-mail communications that contain harassing, discriminatory, obscene, sexual or demeaning content are prohibited."); Judith N. Whenever that happens, the employer faces a potential lawsuit from offended colleagues, who can accuse the company of fostering a hostile work environment . There are other terms that can apply to you These Terms refer to the following additional terms, which also apply to your use of our Site: Every time you wish to use our Site, please check these terms to ensure you understand the terms that apply at that time.