What Privacy Rights Do You Have At The Library?

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Take a moment to think about the last time you visited the library. Did you visit to check out a book? Or to use the Internet?

It’s becoming more common to the visit for the latter — a 2009 study found that almost half of those living below the poverty line access the web via their local public library.

But, in the age of data collection by both federal agencies and private companies, some librarians say it’s increasingly difficult to maintain patron privacy and intellectual freedom.

From What Privacy Rights Do You Have At The Library? | Radio Boston

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