If you know the IP adresses of the sites that your internal users are trying to access. Then you can block that addresses with an access list. That can be done running the "nslookup" in the cmd
of the PC.
For example: "nslookup yahoo.com" will give you the IP addresses of yahoo. Then you can
block the access to that addresses setting the following ACL's:
access-list deny ip any host 188.8.131.52
access-list deny ip any host 184.108.40.206
If you know the ports that the applications are using you can block them. That can be done applying the ACL's but specifying the destination ports you want to block. For example, If you want to block some well known ports for streaming (see the list below) you just have to do the
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