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In order to further comply with CIPA the Library has taken certain measures to assist in the safe and effective use of the Internet by individuals under the age of 17, as follows: To address the issue of the safety and security of minors when using electronic mail, chat rooms, and other forms of direct electronic communications, as well as unauthorized disclosure of, use, and dissemination of personal identification regarding minors, the Library urges minors to follow the safety guidelines below: To address the issue of unauthorized access, including so-called "hacking" and other unlawful activities by minors online, minors and all other Library Internet users are required to agree to an online Internet User Agreement that states that "Library computers are not to be used for any illegal activity." In addition, if a patron requests a specific site to be unblocked from the filtering program, the branch manager shall refer the request for review by administrative staff to determine whether it contains obscene matter or sexually explicit matter that is harmful to minors.
If it does not, the administrative staff may authorize the system wide unblocking of the site.
An individual may appeal this decision to the Library Director, or the Director's designee.
Each individual is allowed to use the Library’s public computers one (1) hour per day.
Only a user can decide on the accuracy, completeness, and currency of the content.
Consistent with the Library Privacy Act, MCL 397.601 et seq.
Users violating this Policy will first be asked to comply.
For individuals who repeatedly violate this Policy after previous warnings, the Library reserves the right to prohibit use of the Library’s computers, network, Internet connection, and/or the Library for a period up to 72 hours by action of the branch manager or the staff member in charge.The Library's computers, network, and Internet connection may not be used for any illegal activity or in an unauthorized manner in violation of this Acceptable Use Policy.