Princeton Library says it hasn't received Patriot Act requests
You might think something not happening somewhere isn't news, but you'd be wrong. Princeton University Library officials said this week that they have received no requests for student or faculty library records under the USA PATRIOT Act in the five years since Congress passed the controversial law. But Library policy protects the identity of its patrons by deleting records of loans as soon as those books are returned.
There were also no Sasquatch sightings reported in the library.