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Internet Safety Policy
In keeping with the library’s mission to make accessible a broad range of information in a variety of formats, the Fulda Memorial Library provides free public access to the Internet.
The library has no control over the information available on the Internet and is not responsible for its content. Not all Internet sources provide accurate, complete, or current information. Information on the Internet may be controversial and/or objectionable. Only individual users can determine what is most appropriate for their needs. Parents and legal guardians of minor children must assume responsibility for their children’s use of or exposure to the Internet through the library’s connection. As with other materials in the library, any restriction of a child’s access to the Internet is the sole responsibility of the parent or legal guardian. Parents should guide their children as to choices of Internet sources just as they guide their children’s reading choices.
The library assumes no responsibility for any damage, direct or
indirect, that users or anyone else may suffer through library access
to the Internet.
Requests for disabling the filtering software for purposes of bona fide research of other lawful purposes should be directed to library staff. If the user encounters sites that may be illegal, staff should be notified immediately. Library staff members are able to unblock individual websites and/or disable the entire filter for patrons 17 years old and older upon request. Library staff members will enable filter once again immediately after patrons that have requested filter disabling are finished using that computer.
Users wishing to access the Internet at the Fulda Memorial Library must agree to comply with the following Rules of Conduct:
employees are authorized to take prompt and appropriate actions to
enforce the Rules of Conduct, and/or to prohibit use by persons who
fail to comply with the Internet Acceptable Use Policy as stated or
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