Wells v. Board of Review, A-6134-06T1 (App. Div., September 19, 2008) – Plaintiff here was disqualified from receiving unemployment compensation benefits due to “misconduct connected with the work” after he was terminated for violating the company’s computer usage policy, specifically forwarding distasteful e-mail messages to his wife and others. This case demonstrates how a clear, detailed policy regarding employees’ use of company computers and the Internet can protect the employer, especially in this time of expanded personal use of the Internet by employees at work.