Dunder Mifflin Infinity promises fewer pedophiles in version 2.0Since she landed the job last summer, New Jersey Attorney General Anne Milgram has subpoenaed social networks JuicyCampus and MySpace over problems related to sex offenders and other offensive material. Maybe Pennsylvania's governor should go after fictional paper company Dunder Mifflin? In the following clip from NBC's on-going verité series about the company's Scranton branch, Dunder Mifflin Infinity project manager Ryan Bailey Howard explains that yes, the company's online paper store — also a social network — experienced some difficulties with pedophiles, but that police have dealt with the matter. He also explains to staff that the paper company's need for social networking features on its online store will become obvious in version "two dot oh."