It's quite some time since a client handed me a slim folio of "dubious images" to illustrate the fledgling surfing habits of their wayward employee. With a serious face I would tap the cover and suggest we viewed this "material" after the meeting so as to best advise on the offender's inevitable exit. With the rise of home internet, employers might be forgiven for believing their staff could wait until home time for that kind of thing, but apparently not - at least in Wales. The decision of Welsh councils to block certain sites underlines the need to revisit and upgrade your dusty Internet use policy. Whilst few would suggest viewing such sites at work is acceptable, it is not just content but the time spent that can cause serious problems. Technology moves fast and policies need to keep pace in order to work. The cost of review is modest; so make an employment lawyers day - at least let them get to type the word "porn" at work in anger one last time...