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Thank You, Lord: There Are No Embarrassing George Greanias E-Mails, Metro Says

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One thing we didn't want to read was any e-mails Metro CEO George Greanias might have written while perusing the porn sites he visited. Dude's been embarrassed enough. So good news: Metro announced today that they have investigated, and found no evidence the e-mail system had been used for inappropriate material.

The agency's IT department performed a search "looking for keywords of 'porn', 'rentboy.com', 'escort', 'sex', 'hookup' and 'gay'," said Thomas Brown, head of the department. "The results of the search found no evidence that the employee misused the corporate e-mail system for sending or receiving any inappropriate material."

Greanias has been suspended for a week. He used his personal laptop to access some adult sites (partial list here), not realizing he was using the Metro wi-fi system in his office.

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