Public Libary offers a variety of electronic resources to its patrons.
These resources include free access to the Internet. Carsonville Public
Library upholds and affirms the right of individuals to have access to
consitutionally protected material. The library also upholds that it is
the right and responsibility of parents to determine and monitor their
children's use of library materials and resources.
Patrons and staff who use the library's Internet connection are subject
to the following cautions, regulations and procedures:
comply with the Children's Internet Protection Act, Carsonville Public
Library has installed filtering software on its Internet accessible
computers, patrons over the age 18 that are doing educational research
may request that we disable the filter during their use period.
software does not guarantee that objectionable material will not be
seen. Parents and guardians should still monitor their children's Internet
of Carsonville Public Library are advised not to disclose personal or
financial information over the Internet. Any information that you enter
into the Internet can be read by other people. The library is not responsible
for any harm that may occur from the disclosure of confidential information.
computer network of Carsonville Public Library is protected by virus
protection software. However, damages from computer viruses is not guaranteed.
Patrons of Carsonville Public Library are advised to use our computer
resources at their own risk. The library is not responsible or liable
for virus damage to patron's storage media or devices.
library does not guarantee the accurracy of information found on the
Internet. Information on the Internet may be incorrect, misleading,
incomplete or not current.
following activities are prohibited:
Internet may not be used for activities that are prohibited by federal
Some material on the Internet may be protected by federal copyright
laws. Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of copyrighted materials
is illegal, except as permitted by the principles of "fair use."
Generally, fair use of copyright materials is limited to copies made
for personal use, private study, scholarship, or research. If the use
of copyrighted material does not fall within fair use, permission from
the copyright holder to use the material must be obtained before any
such use. If in doubt about whether or not your use may infringe on
material protected by a copyright, ask the copyright owner for permission
to use the protected material. Violation of copyright laws can result
in severe civil and criminal penalties. Customers of the library who
are found to be repeat infringers of copyrighted material may have their
computer use privileges terminated . Users of the librarys computer
terminals are solely responsible for use of materials that may constitute
Internet may not be used for activities that are prohibited by Nebraska
patrons may not use Carsonville Public Library's computer equipment
to harm other users or other computer systems.
computer equipment must be used as installed. You may not add, delete
or change anything on library computers.
of Internet Use Guidelines
The police will be contacted if a staff member reasonably
suspects that behavior which constitutes a criminal offense has been committed
on library premises.It
is the policy of the Carsonville Public Library to ask customers whose
behavior is inappropriate for a public library to modify their behavior.
If they fail to do so, they will be asked to leave the library premises.
Consistent with this policy, library customers who violate any of the
Internet Use Guidelines may have their library use privileges suspended
and be asked to leave the library. Repeated violation of any of the Internet
Use Guidelines may result in the termination of library privileges.