Greenvilleonline has a report on filtering moves in the libraries there.
\"The Greenville County Library Board on Monday rejected the use of filters in its efforts to deal with patrons viewing obscene materials and placed a greater responsibility on parents when their kids access the Internet on library computers. The board voted 8-0 to adopt a policy requiring parents to accompany children under age 12 when they access the Internet on computers in the countywide library system.
The new policy, which is expected to be reviewed by the county attorney\'s office in 10 days and put into effect two weeks afterwards, also requires parents to sign a statement that allows children between ages 12 and 17 to access the Internet without parental supervision. \"
\"It\'s just common sense to let the parent be the filter,\" said board member David Sudduth, who proposed stricter guidelines in the board\'s struggle to adopt a new Internet policy. \"