Internet access in the workplace has become ubiquitous in many organizations. Often, employees need this access to perform their duties. However, many studies report a large percentage of employees use their work Internet access to engage in nonwork- related activities. These activities can result in reduced efficiency, increased vulnerability to cyber attack, and legal liability for the organization. In this study, we use a survey method approach to determine the impact of perceived moral intensity on employees’ decisions to engage or not engage in personal Internet usage at work.