Izumi criticizes state employee’s cyber-goldbricking

Dec. 13, 2012

By John Seiler

A state government employee posted thousands of times on the Sacramento Bee’s Web site during work hours. Taxpayers subsidized his cyber-goldbricking.

CBS News just ran a story on it with interviews of Lance Izumi, our colleague at the Pacific Research Institute, CalWatchDog.com’s parent think tank.

Unfortunately, there’s no embedding of the video. But click here for the CBS site to watch it.

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