Digital Media Lawyer Blog:  “Employers often wonder how far they have to go in preventing employees from committing crimes or torts on the Internet.  In a recent decision, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals found that an employer is only required to prevent on the job misconduct that is foreseeable.  But ’employers have no duty to supervise employees’ private conduct or to persistently scan the word wide web to ferret out potential employee misconduct.’  Maypark v. Securitas Security Services USA, Inc.”