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http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/professor-sacked-after-accidentally-beaming-porn-through-projector-during-lecture-9163995.html

A professor has been sacked after he accidentally beamed porn through a lecture room projector for all his students to see.

The “popular” veteran teacher was in the middle of a lecture at a Zurich business school when he started watching a video on the Pornhub website.

He apparently didn’t realise his laptop was still plugged into the projector, meaning the images were broadcast onto a huge whiteboard.

The students also saw that he had been searching for images of naked amputee women, Swiss news site 20 Minutes, reports.

Following the incident, officials at the school decided he had to be laid off.

So he was giving a lecture and got bored? Was he seeing if anyone was paying attention?

I can't see how you could accidentally do this!

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When I saw the headline, I thought it was a feminist who was doing this to make a point.

I had to deal with the fallout of such an incident a few years ago, while the director of learning and teaching for a university department. An extremist feminist academic (who, among other views, believed that football should be outlawed and men should have to take a test and get a licence before being allowed access to the Internet) screened a Greek movie in one of her modules, which apparently included what is arguably the most explicit and violent rape scenes ever filmed. A student who had been a rape victim herself and was undergoing psychotherapy at the time ran screaming from the lecture theatre, eventually had to drop out of her course. Her family sued the university and settled out of court for an undisclosed sum. Astonishingly, the academic involved faced no consequences whatsoever, and was even promoted to a chair shortly afterwards, despite the fact that the film in question had been refused a certificate by the BBFC, is banned (or has only been released with the rape scene cut) in several other countries and was screened from a pirate copy and thus in contravention of copyright law. She claimed academic freedom, the need to raise awareness, etc. etc., the union backed her to the hilt and the university basically told her that she could do what she liked as long as the media never heard anything about it. If it had been a conservative-leaning academic showing a documentary critical of Mandela (for example), he would have been given a P45 before you could have said "sisterhood".

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It happened to a senior exec of a US networking tech company I used to consult for. During a global teleconference where he shared his desktop with loads of people he went to bring up a powerpoint but maximised his porn filled browser instead.

The stunned silence was broken by a naive American female voice saying: "I don't seem to have that slide." :lol:

Followed by loud laughter from Brits, Kiwis and Aussies.

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It happened to a senior exec of a US networking tech company I used to consult for. During a global teleconference where he shared his desktop with loads of people he went to bring up a powerpoint but maximised his porn filled browser instead.

The stunned silence was broken by a naive American female voice saying: "I don't seem to have that slide." :lol:

Followed by loud laughter from Brits, Kiwis and Aussies.

shurely you meant an Englishman, an irishman and a Scotsman?

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When I saw the headline, I thought it was a feminist who was doing this to make a point.

I had to deal with the fallout of such an incident a few years ago, while the director of learning and teaching for a university department. An extremist feminist academic (who, among other views, believed that football should be outlawed and men should have to take a test and get a licence before being allowed access to the Internet) screened a Greek movie in one of her modules, which apparently included what is arguably the most explicit and violent rape scenes ever filmed. A student who had been a rape victim herself and was undergoing psychotherapy at the time ran screaming from the lecture theatre, eventually had to drop out of her course. Her family sued the university and settled out of court for an undisclosed sum. Astonishingly, the academic involved faced no consequences whatsoever, and was even promoted to a chair shortly afterwards, despite the fact that the film in question had been refused a certificate by the BBFC, is banned (or has only been released with the rape scene cut) in several other countries and was screened from a pirate copy and thus in contravention of copyright law. She claimed academic freedom, the need to raise awareness, etc. etc., the union backed her to the hilt and the university basically told her that she could do what she liked as long as the media never heard anything about it. If it had been a conservative-leaning academic showing a documentary critical of Mandela (for example), he would have been given a P45 before you could have said "sisterhood".

Lezzer then?

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Back in the early 90s, I remember being invited to a demo of Authorware - an early educational multimedia tool. The lecturer concerned proudly switched on his beast of a PC complete with soundcard, CD-ROM drive and everything. I think it was the first multimedia capable PC I'd ever seen.

About half a minute later, a seductive female voice boomed out, "Well, hello big boy and welcome to Windows". Cue much scrabbling for the volume control by the red-faced lecturer.

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Lezzer then?

Cut both ways, possibly. She had a child, who she was always using as an excuse to "work from home" whenever she was needed on campus. Given her visceral hatred for the opposite sex, the little one's father must have had some serious self-esteem issues.

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It happened to a senior exec of a US networking tech company I used to consult for. During a global teleconference where he shared his desktop with loads of people he went to bring up a powerpoint but maximised his porn filled browser instead.

The stunned silence was broken by a naive American female voice saying: "I don't seem to have that slide." :lol:

Followed by loud laughter from Brits, Kiwis and Aussies.

This kind of thing is so easy to do. More than once I've started browsing my emails whilst forgetting that I was sharing my desktop or beaming it to a screen.

Even worse is the IM system we have and pop up notifications from outlook, both have now been switched off, I'm terrified of an embarassing message from a colleague popping up whilst I'm sharing my screen.

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This happened to my aunt's fiance.

She brought him back from the Netherlands to meet the folks and sisters and cousins etc. He set up a slide show in the living room to amuse them with pics of happy days on the dykes etc.

After a few slides he revealed more dykes than he meant to.

Still part of family folklore.

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When I saw the headline, I thought it was a feminist who was doing this to make a point.

I had to deal with the fallout of such an incident a few years ago, while the director of learning and teaching for a university department. An extremist feminist academic (who, among other views, believed that football should be outlawed and men should have to take a test and get a licence before being allowed access to the Internet) screened a Greek movie in one of her modules, which apparently included what is arguably the most explicit and violent rape scenes ever filmed. A student who had been a rape victim herself and was undergoing psychotherapy at the time ran screaming from the lecture theatre, eventually had to drop out of her course. Her family sued the university and settled out of court for an undisclosed sum. Astonishingly, the academic involved faced no consequences whatsoever, and was even promoted to a chair shortly afterwards, despite the fact that the film in question had been refused a certificate by the BBFC, is banned (or has only been released with the rape scene cut) in several other countries and was screened from a pirate copy and thus in contravention of copyright law. She claimed academic freedom, the need to raise awareness, etc. etc., the union backed her to the hilt and the university basically told her that she could do what she liked as long as the media never heard anything about it. If it had been a conservative-leaning academic showing a documentary critical of Mandela (for example), he would have been given a P45 before you could have said "sisterhood".

That's far worse than the OP because it was deliberate. But if your face fits "hooray".

An ex-poster on here had her nude photo shoot on the same USB drive as the research presentation she was screening.

That automatic slideshow software was a surprise.

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You really shouldn't use your work computer for "nude selfies"! :blink:

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Cut both ways, possibly. She had a child, who she was always using as an excuse to "work from home" whenever she was needed on campus. Given her visceral hatred for the opposite sex, the little one's father must have had some serious self-esteem issues.

I would imagine the 'father' was an item of kitchen equipment more commonly used for basting turkeys...

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This happened to my aunt's fiance.

She brought him back from the Netherlands to meet the folks and sisters and cousins etc. He set up a slide show in the living room to amuse them with pics of happy days on the dykes etc.

After a few slides he revealed more dykes than he meant to.

Still part of family folklore.

My auntie in law walked in on me, not realising the door was the guest house lavatory in the place where we were staying for a family weekend away

I was proper straining too, that's folklore, but in a lower league than the above

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