Friday, July 27, 2007

Albero is not your friend---take heed

Some friend Albero is to the Police and Firefighters he claims to be so fond of. I have no idea if the Mayor or John Pick has banned his site from department computers or if it is legal to do so. At this point the legality matters not. Should anyone within the city service wish to challange this order, all well in good.
It can be done at their personal expense or it may be backed by an employee organization that is willing to foot the bill. In the meantime if the city administration has indeed ordered this, it should be abided by.

Finding a backdoor to his site and encouraging it’d use is ludicrous. Regardless of the legality of such an order the employee must understand that blatant and flagrant violation of an executive order is grounds for dismissal. The issue of legality in this case is obvious questionable and would truly have to be examined closely by people far more familiar with point of law than Albero. Does anyone think that Albero would foot the bill for a city employee to prove his feeble minded point of view? Any such action would rest squarely on the shoulders of the dismissed employee and such a case would not be cheap.

Warning to police officers and firefighters. Albero is not the friend he claims to be. Getting any one of you dismissed by using information supplied by him will only further his agenda of vengeance against the city and may well leave you high and dry.

Do you think he really cares about you?
If you think he cares then I say---BLOG on with the city systems. The consequences will be of your own doing.


Soapbox said...
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TomCat said...

Well said. Does he really think his site is worth the risk? Of course HE does.

Caughtit said...

JJ knows just enough about computers to get city workers fired.

"Are you trying to get them in trouble??

All this site will do is hide them from you. Meanwhile, any half ass compentent IT department will have the domain blocked on the company firewall, and furthermore, will be able to tell which user tried to access the site. Company computers do not belong to the employees, they belong to the company, in this case the city, anything that an employee does on one of these computers can and probobly is being tracked. There is no way around that, no matter what you do, you still have to go through the city firewall/routers/switches.

There is no such thing as privacy when you are using a company computer.

Posted by Sideways on 07/27 at 05:22 PM
Oh quit trying to scare everyone. Typical Barrieism,

Posted by joealbero on 07/27 at 05:43 PM"

The above is from JJ's site and the person is correct. Computers leave footprints as to where they go, how they got there and who sent them there. How the hell does he think they tract child porn people? Fairy dust??