21 November 2003
Chicago lawyer The Wexler Firm this week released details of a survey by data recovery specialist Kroll On Track, which says that 28,614 emails out of 204,056 studied contained sexual or offensive terms including ‘penis’, ‘dyke’ and ‘breast’, as well as stronger words unsuitable for printing.
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