Child pornography at the workplace

Employers could face charges if employees are caught with offensive material on company equipment
||Last Updated: 04/10/2003

Companies could be on the hook if employees are found with child pornography on their workplace computers, according to the Toronto Police Service.

Staff Superintendent Gary Ellis, head of the Toronto Police sex-crimes unit, said corporations and company officials could face charges if they know an employee has the material on a workplace computer and does nothing about it.

“We’re not saying companies should spy on their employees,” Ellis told the