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Kind of cuts down on most things people would want to use public library computers for though.
No government forms, no bill paying, no ordering anything, no Facebook of course. But even if you take away fripperies such as social networking it does kind of kill the idea of having public library internet access for all but basic library-type searching.
So if you say that you might as well say no social mobility if you don't have the internet at home.

Nice idea but I'd rather see a sign saying, we wipe the pc everytime you log off alongside that one.

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