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We believe that the benefits of Internet access as an expanding information source far exceed the disadvantages. Library users access the Internet at their own discretion. Ultimately, as with other Library materials, a child's access to the Internet is the responsibility of the parent.
Internet use is a privilege not a right. Computer workstations in the Library are for the use of Tri-County Technical College students, faculty and staff for educational purposes. Those working on class assignments take priority over those using the Internet for recreational purposes. Internet use may be guided through the use of software in accordance with Library selection policies. The Library reserves the right to require all prospective users to attend an orientation session as a condition for access to the Library Internet workstations.
The following actions will not be allowed:
1. Changing the workstations.
2. Sending or displaying offensive or disruptive messages, files, or images.
3. Using offensive language.
4. Harassing, insulting, or attacking others.
5. Violating copyright laws or software license agreements.
Violations of these rules may result in a loss of access as well as appropriate legal action.