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Topic - Joseph Mcmillian
It's become tougher to surf porn on government computers after scandals, but some workers at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission managed to find ways to bypass detection software and firewalls to get the illicit content, records show.
Joseph McMillian, assistant inspector general for investigations, said agents hadn't been tipped off to any broader problems when they opened the investigation.
Mr. McMillian referred questions about discipline to the agency but said the inspector general's office was satisfied with actions taken after the investigations.