The Internet offers access to a wealth of material that is personally, professionally and culturally enriching to individuals of all ages. However, it also enables
access to some material that may be offensive, disturbing, illegal, inaccurate or incomplete. Users are encouraged to evaluate the validity and appropriateness of
information accessed via the Internet. Tests by the library and by independent agencies have shown that filtering software may help to block access to
objectionable Internet sites. However, the software cannot block out all objectionable sites, and it does sometimes block useful material, including sites that are
suitable for children, teens and adults. Public Internet computers are equipped with commercial filtering software. The library's filtering policy upholds the
principles of intellectual freedom, allowing adults to make their own choices regarding filtering. The policy also aims to ensure that our libraries are safe and
welcoming places for children, and it affirms the right and responsibility of parents to make choices for their own children and teens.
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