I found an article on this the other day and thought my summary below might be of interest.. A Brisbane based company 123educateme has developed a software that allows employers to allocate the amount of "free time" their staff have on the web. The idea began because most bosses were found to be happy to allow employees to do personal stuff at work from paying bills to booking travel. What they were not happy about was being taken advantage of by the few employees who seem to waste huge amounts of time. Up until now the choice has been to have no access or have full access and just wear the cost of the time wasters. The Enforcer Enterprise software gives set amounts of free time so workers can access social networks and particular "non-work" websites, software and games during that time. When the allocation expires workers can only access employer selected programs. For the first time it appears employers and employees will be able to have the best of both worlds.