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You Won't Believe What Was Playing On Best Buy's TVs

HUFFINGTONPOST.COM - TVs at electronic retailers may provide customers with a bit of entertainment while they shop, but the images on the screens at one Best Buy had a customer far from amused.

Gloria Berg was shopping for TVs with her son and grandchildren at a Best Buy in Greenville, South Carolina when a pornographic image of a man and woman suddenly appeared on screen, local News Channel 7 reports. The image remained on the screen for several minutes until it was removed by a manager who claims that the store's wifi had been hacked, allowing the offending image to be uploaded.

"They, like, brush it off like it's...who cares?" Berg told News Channel 7. "Nobody cares. It's pornography. And we are getting adjusted to that kind of mentality. That's why we are losing our morals."

Pornography in the workplace and the public space has become an increasingly divisive. The issue gained particular attention in 2010 when a report came out revealing that at least 31 employees at the Securities and Exchange Commission, a federal agency tasked with regulating the securities industry, had spent hours viewing pornographic websites at work around the time of the 2008 financial crisis, raising concerns about employee negligence. click here to read the full article

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