In 2000 we owned a pair of Sony Ericsson R320s. They were horrible. I remember acknowledging missed calls to suppress the terribly annoying voice mail reminder beeps but it always refused to shut up. It would just continue to beep until you listened to the voicemail.
I received email from the FBI's Anti-Terrorist and Cyber Crime Division. They just want some credit card details. We could argue about minor details like the 62 typos but why I know that this is a scam? The real FBI already knows all about my banking.
I noticed that the company chose to block Delicious. Apart from the obvious fact that I now don't have access to my bookmarks, how much time do they suspect employees spend on there? (I bet that 90% doesn't even know what it is.) Probably some software setting to block anything "social".