Access to pornographic websites from department servers

Currently waiting for a response from Ministry of Defence, they should respond promptly and normally no later than (details).

Dear FOI Officer,

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 I would like access to information regarding access to pornography from your department.

1) Please state the number of times that a computer or device on your wi-fi network attempted to access one of the following pornographic websites

a) Pornhub.com - 31.192.117.132
b) Redtube.com - 62.212.83.1
c) XHamster.com - 88.208.18.30
d) Youporn.com - 31.192.116.24
e) Porn.com - 64.210.140.1
f) Xvideos.com 141.0.174.41
g) Youjizz.com 31.192.122.224
h) Spankwire.com 94.199.252.72
i) Tube8.com 31.192.112.104
j) Extremetube.com 31.192.116.182
k) rk.com 208.78.94.72
l) motherless.com 198.72.6.51
m) literotica.com 216.150.65.200
n) freeones.com 64.188.53.93
o) LiveJasmin.com - 208.48.81.133

In each of the last three calendar years, broken down by month. Please provide a breakdown by month by individual site.

2) Please also state the number of times that a computer or device on your wifi network successfully connected to one of the above pornographic websites.

Please provide this information for each of the last three calendar years, broken down by month. Please provide a breakdown by month by individual site.

Please contact me on 07722119321 in the event you have any questions.

Under Section 16 it is your duty to provide advice and assistance and so I would expect you to contact me if you find this request unmanageable in any way.

Please note that would be no security risk in providing this information, as knowing the number of attempted or successful connections to the listed websites, of registered companies, provides no information that could assist someone attempting to access a government network as, for example, publishing the number of attempted or successful connections to a government website. This disclosure would provide no information about government internet security whatsoever that would be useful to help an attempt to compromise a government network and is therefore not exempt.

Yours faithfully,
P Rudra