Unlawful activities will be dealt with in an appropriate manner. Never give out identifying information such as home address, school name, or telephone.
Develops and provides training programs on safe and effective Internet use; and iii. Other Niagara Falls, New York free chat rooms. In an effort to assist its users, the Library has created web sites for the general population, for teens and for children to help guide them to sources that are accurate, complete and current and that provide them with a fals of information on the local, national and global level.
The NFPL does not act in loco parentis i. Children who use the Internet unsupervised may be exposed to inappropriate or disturbing information and images. Let parents or guardians decide whether personal information such as age, marital status, or financial information should be revealed. They'll get deleted automatically. Unless staff approval niagaara been given, there is a maximum of one person at a computer at a time.
PC's in the Children's Room are reserved for children. Beyond this, the Library is not responsible for the content of the Internet, changes in content of the sources to which the Library home s link, or for the content of sources accessed through secondary links. Best regards. I ask you for some feedback about my music on Youtube.
In addition, the Library provides training for rooms of the public to assist them in niagaara the Internet in a chat, effective and efficient manner. However, the Niagara Falls Public Library will not release information on the use of fall Internet resources by members of the public except as required by law or necessary for the proper operation of the Library. Jan van Creek.
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Users will be charged for printouts. The public must comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws, including laws governing the transmission and dissemination of information while accessing the Internet. Compliance The Library reserves the right to take appropriate action to insure compliance with this policy.
In choosing sources to link to chaf its home s, the Library follows its materials selection guidelines. Never arrange a face-to-face meeting with someone via the computer without parent or guardians' approval. The Library also reserves the right to limit the amount of time an individual user can devote to a single session. Any bi guys in the room? Develops and maintains special web sites for children and teens; ii.
Library patrons use it at their own risk. Any messages containing rude words are also ignored. To address the issues of the safety and security of minors when using electronic mail, chat rooms and other forms of direct electronic communications, as well as the unauthorized disclosure, use and dissemination of personal identification information regarding minors, the Library provides training programs and also urges minors to keep in mind the following safety guidelines: i. Never respond to messages that are suggestive, obscene, threatening, or make one uncomfortable.
Out of town visitors can be issued a temporary "guest pass. Users must be cautioned that filters are not foolproof and due to technological limitations cannot obstruct access to all potentially harmful or offensive content.
Remember that people online may not be who they say they are. We cannot offer personal instruction. As with all users, patrons who use the computers are subject to the Library's Code of Conduct. Have parents or guardians report an incident to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at if one becomes aware of the transmission of child pornography.
roms Parental consent is required before the NFPL will provide Internet access to any youth under the age of The Internet offers access to many valuable local, national and international sources of information. Public User's Security Users should be aware that the Internet is not a secure medium and that third parties may be able to obtain information regarding users' activities. A good information consumer must evaluate the validity and roos of information found.
Choosing and Evaluating Sources The Internet is a series of communication linkages leading to a highly diverse array of information content. Downloading and saving to the hard drive is prohibited. To fulfill its mission of providing public access to information of all types in a wide range of formats, the Niagara Falls Public Library NFPL provides access to Internet resources.