Tag: privacy

Mary Minow’s talks at NJLA

Mary Minow was also at NJLA and she has put her four presentations up on the LibraryLaw Blog which I am spending some time reading this evening. I’m especially enjoying her talk on the legality of copying graphics for use…

how is a library like Las Vegas?

Maine Today: “A visit to a public library should be like a trip to Las Vegas — what happens there should stay there.”

if at first you don’t succeed

Bernie Sanders — my rep in Congress — has reintroduced the Freedom to Read Protection Act. Learn more about this legislation at the Campaign for Reader Privacy site. Don’t forget what happened last time, get started advocating for this one…