Regarding kids’s use of the Internet, it should be famous that all patrons of the Stowe Free Library, regardless of age, have equal entry to the materials, data, and know-how provided by the library. The Library assumes no accountability for the usage of the Internet by kids and younger adults underneath the age of 18. It is the accountability of parents and/or legal guardians to determine what their kids might learn, use or entry on the Internet. The Library Board of Trustees and staff assist the American Library Association’s Library Bill of Rights and all of its interpretations, together with Access to Electronic Information, Services, and Networks. The Library supports access to data on topics that serve the wants or interests of each person.
It was during this inventive period that a type of high speed Internet was initially created for various functions. AT&T first introduced the T1 line to handle massive digital telephone networks, because it carries 24 digital voice channels. As with all Library assets, the Library affirms the right and accountability of parents/guardians, NOT Library workers, to determine and monitor their minor kids’s use of the Internet. (Minors are outlined on this policy as children and younger … Read More