Why google cardboard porn is not allowed in Pan Am company

Most companies discourage the consumption of porn at the workplace but they do not go guns blazing in enforcing the prohibition. Enforcement rarely goes beyond blocking a few well-known sites. With the onset of virtual reality, however, you can bet there will be a more dedicated crackdown. More focus will go towards restricting using Google Cardboard to watch VR porn videos when working in big company as Pan Am.
Here’s why:
The sight is ridiculous


Honestly. Imagine getting immersed in a room of your own where sex is happening. You are experiencing it first hand, with a 180-degree view where you can focus on any part you like. You can see it all, even part of your naked body, but cannot touch. The headset in your ears makes the experience even more real.
But hey, you are only virtually in that room. In the real sense, you are in the office and your colleagues are around you. Now imagine what a ridiculous sight you would be to them if, as is highly likely to happen, you were to get immersed in your little porn world. The company like Pan Am surely doesn’t want colleagues or clients seeing you in that nasty element, and neither do you.
Part of the no-sex-at-work and sexual-offenses policy


Well, porn is associated with sex and any kind of sex is highly discouraged at work. Prohibited might be the word even; never mind that those who should enforce these restrictions are sometimes the most active in workplace sex. While VR porn on Google cardboard cannot be expressly labeled as engaging in sex, it is regarded an indirect act of sex. Companies choose to stay safe on that front.
The line that demarcates sexual offenses at the workplace is already thin enough; employers don’t want to be involved in anything that could bring sexual-offense related complaints or suits their way. How exactly would a case of one employee making sexual offense complaints about a colleague, and the other making a counterclaim of the privacy of the Google Cardboard, go?
They want you to work


Companies employ you to work and they expect you to do exactly that. Google cardboard VR porn doesn’t sound exactly like part of working. Google Cardboard is already enough irritation for managers as it is seeing how it denies them direct supervision. It is also an addition to a host of internet distractions that employers have been blaming for an alleged decrease in employee productivity.
They only tolerate it for work purposes, but they will always view it with suspicion. It’s like a device which allows you to abscond work while seated right in front of your boss. Unlucky you if the boss discovers you are using the cardboard for VR porn!
Corporate nuisance


Companies like Pan Am always thrive on a good name. As such, they will do anything, however nonsensical, to keep up a good image. The mention of the word ‘porn’ alone would drive a chill down many a manager’s spines. In their eyes, it creates a picture of the company crumbling in an irreversible manner. They won’t even stop to consider that a Google Cardboard is an epitome of privacy. The answer is a simple, straight, plain NO. Who will make that proposal to them anyway?
Making a case for the Google Cardboard to be allowed or incorporated as a work tool has been an uphill task in front of many company management boards. It would be interesting to see anyone make a case for it to be allowed for use in watching VR porn videos. Anyone who can successfully make such a case truly deserves an AVN award!
Sources:
1) Digital trends: https://www.digitaltrends.com/virtual-reality/vr-porn-at-ces/
2) ExtremeTech: https://www.extremetech.com/electronics/222390-is-vr-porn-worth-it-heres-how-to-find-out-for-yourself
3) VentureBeat: https://venturebeat.com/2016/03/23/hands-on-pornhub-vr/
4) DailyDot: https://www.dailydot.com/debug/vr-virtual-reality-porn/