Saudi Arabia Censorship: A Model for Workplace Productivity
Abdulaziz Aljabre

Workplace productivity is affected by many factors, but most of all Internet use by employees on company time plagues businesses worldwide. The Internet has much to offer the business world connecting people around the world and transforming the traditional workplace. Yet, despite the benefits that the Internet brings, the Internet can simultaneously negatively impact a business. Even with Internet use policies in place, businesses are still faced with the challenge of maintaining, and even increasing productivity. Saudi Arabia is not faced with this same challenge, but rather the challenge of maintaining its standard of morality. To do so, the government censors the Internet. This paper suggests that the Internet censorship of Saudi Arabia can serve as a model for Internet practices in the workplace. Statistical information demonstrates the negative effect of unauthorized Internet use in the workplace before translating the Saudi Model for businesses.

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