It's been over three years since a House staffer scandalized Capitol Hill by blogging about her sexual exploits with staffers, but there are still no universal rules barring aides from blogging about their jobs on their work or home computers. "It's crazy, and we have to do something about it," says a top gop aide who is privately quizzing others on their office policies in a bid to come up with one rule. The aide and others say that several Hill offices have staffers who blab about their work on sites like MySpace and Facebook. "These kids have no sense of privacy," says the top aide to a Senate Democrat. Among the rules being considered are blocking those sites on office computers. Another: Have aides sign a confidentiality agreement barring them from blogging about work even on home computers.
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