There are three overriding points to remember in all cases: 1. Supervisor May Restrict All Use. As provided by the IRUA and as detailed below, limited personal use of Information Resources is permitted as long as the Workforce Member's work product does not, in the opinion of the Workforce Member's supervisor, suffer. A supervisor may, at any time, further restrict personal use. 2. No Inappropriate Material. Under no circumstances are Information Resources to be used for the viewing or circulation of (a) obscene, offensive, or discriminatory material; (b) material for outside commercial gain; (c) material for political activity; or, (d) material that would damage or compromise the security of the State or its Information Resources. (Hereinafter the material in subparts (a) through (d) is referred to as "Inappropriate Material.") 3. Your Use May Be Monitored. Your use of Information Resources can be monitored by the State at any time; you have no "right to privacy" in your use of Information Resources; and, while there are certain narrow exceptions to the Indiana Access to Public Records Act, documents (including e-mails) are likely to be subject to public disclosure.