Patrons are responsible for abiding by U.S. Copyright law (Title 17, U.S. Code), which governs copying, displaying, or distribution of copyrighted material, except by the concept of “fair use” (Sect. 107).

The library cannot control the resources on the Internet. The Internet is not a static entity. It changes each minute as content is added, modified or deleted. Some sites via the Internet may contain material that is inaccurate, defamatory, illegal, or potentially offensive to some people.

The library assumes no responsibility for the accuracy, currency, or completeness of information found on the Internet; therefore Internet users make use of this information at their own risk.

The library makes no warranty, expressed or implied, that the functions or content of the system will meet any user’s specific requirements, or that it will be error-free or trouble-free, current or uninterrupted; nor shall the library be liable for any direct or indirect, incidental, or consequential damages (including lost data, information, or income) sustained or incurred in connection with the use, operations, or inability to use the system.

Sending financial or private information via the Internet is solely at your own risk. The library has no control over the security of your information.

By use alone of any library computer system, you legally accept and are bound by the Acceptable Use Policy. You furthermore hold harmless the library, and any institutions with which they are affiliated from any and all claims of any nature arising from the use or inability to use the library computer systems.

“User” or “users” refers to patrons or any member of the public.

“Library” refers to the administration or any library staff member.

The library reserves the right to amend this policy at any time and from time to time without notice to the user.