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By: Sue Marquette Poremba, SecurityNewsDaily
As July makes its way into August, the 2012 Summer Olympics in London will spend a couple of weeks at center stage. Much of the live action will happen as Americans are at work, and millions of fans will be following the Games online.
A recent survey by SpectorSoft Corporation of Vero Beach, Fla., a maker of computer and mobile-device monitoring and recording software, found that 40 percent of employees plan to follow the Olympics from their workplace computers. Plenty more will be checking out the results on whatever Internet-connected device they have handy.
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