Porn Banned at Casa Presidencial

September 1, 2006

According to the daily Al Día, a memo distributed to all Casa Presidencial employees by the Ministry of the Presidency informed staff members that anyone caught “looking at, copying, distributing, exhibiting or producing pornographic material” in the building now faces sanctions up to and including dismissal.

Similar restrictions were implemented in April at the Legislative Assembly, where legislators had just received new laptop computers installed at their seats on the assembly floor (TT, March 24).

 

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