Libraries work to keep kids from seeing porn

Opinion piece in the Arizona Daily Star

A recent letter to the editor presented a misleading picture of the Pima County Public Library and the Board of Supervisors’ efforts to protect children from viewing pornography on library computers.
In August 2006, following media reports of pornography being viewed on library computers, the Board of Supervisors appointed a community task force to review the computer-use policy and make recommendations to the board regarding changes needed to protect children and youth from viewing pornography at libraries.

Full article here.