Kathleen Koszola says she couldn’t escape the constant display of hard and soft porn programs that beamed frontal nudity and sex acts from TV sets above her Comcast Cable call center cubicle.

After Comcast distributed its sexual harassment policy in January 1999 in West Palm Beach, Koszola repeatedly asked her male supervisors to shut off the Spice, Playboy and WWF channels that played all day. She pointed to company policy that defines sexual harassment as including “a display in the work place of sexually suggestive objects or pictures.”

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