The library system does not censor your access to materials or protect you from information you might find offensive. There is sexually explicit material and other information resources which you may personally find controversial or inappropriate. Parents are expected to monitor and supervise their children's use of the Internet. The library will not be held responsible for its content. The Internet is a global entity with a highly diverse user population and library patrons use it at their own risk. However, displaying sexually explicit material in public constitutes sexual harassment, and violators will lose privileges to access the Internet and may be subject to prosecution. Also, customers should not make the assumption of privacy when using computers or other public machines in the library.
When staff observes a customer misusing the Internet, a warning is given. Further nonobservance of Internet rules may result in loss of Internet privileges. Click to read and/or download our Internet User Agreement.