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Tracking user web surfing

My employer wishes to track the web surfing of a particular employee - mainly to see how much time is devoted during the day to non-work related web activity. Is there a way to log the time spent on the web and what the person is looking at?

P.S. This person uses Opera as their browser
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You would have to install a 3rd party software to do this.

I found this on google:

There are lots of programs out there that will monitor different web use, etc. Just do a google search.

You can view the history in the browser to see what they have visited, but this won't tell you how long they were at each site.
3rd party softwere is needed and we have the same type of probleme but what we wanted is to BLOCK not only log
those high risk and time wasting sites. we use this:


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