Sometimes office policy just isn’t enough.  

A Pennsylvania lawmaker wants to make it illegal for state employees to use commonwealth-owned computers, networks or cell phones to view or exchange pornography.  

“While most state agencies have office policies prohibiting such use, there are no state laws banning this blatant misuse of taxpayer-funded assets or penalties for violations,” state Rep. John Payne, R-Dauphin, said in a statement.  

That, unfortunately, is a reminder Pennsylvania is just getting over the embarrassing revelation that dozens of current and former employees within the Attorney General’s Office exchanged X-rated emails over a four-year period.  

Even more cringe-worthy, state Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery resigned last year after sending explicit emails.  

McCaffery was already suspended from the bench. Then-Chief Justice Ron Castille said at the time his fellow jurist opened the court to “public ridicule” after forwarding pornographic emails, including a “video of a woman in sexual congress with a snake that is clearly obscene and may violate the Crime Codes Section on Obscenity.”

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