Of course, there's always keep your personal shit off the company servers!!!
So now blaming the victims of state-sponsored terrorists gets +5 Insightful. Really?
Bad things happen to people who don't deserve them. That can be scary, because it implies bad things can happen to anyone, including you. But blaming the victims only makes the situation worse, both by causing further suffering for them and also by helping the offenders excuse their actions.
And keep what you do write in company documents at a professional tone.
We have a name for the kind of organization that tries to remove the human element from the equation as thoroughly as possible: bureaucracy.
The price of impersonal professionalism is always performing according to lowest common denominator. If you want efficiency, you have to let members of the organization keep each other updated on relevant facts, which in practice means gossip. Also, human need for social interaction is just as real as the need for food. If you disallow such things at workplace, you'll end up with hungry workers who're just counting seconds before they can leave.
That would sure have mitigated a whole lot of personal pain by these supposedly blameless Sony employees.
Yes, and participants of Boston marathon and employees working at WTC could had stayed home. Mass gatherings are obvious terrorist targets and WTC had been bombed once already. Do you really want to go that way?