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About Us - Policies - Internet Acceptable Use Policy

Time limits
You are guaranteed use of a public computer once a day for up to one hour.
Downloading to a flash drive is allowed. Downloading to the hard drive is prohibited.
The cost of printing is .10 per sheet of paper. Please pay at the circulation desk when you are finished.
Misuse of Computer
Downloading to the hard drive and manipulating the computer's operating system, setup or files are prohibited. This includes changing the home page, adding or altering screen savers and adding icons to the desktop. Abuse of the hardware and/or software will result in the user being denied use of the PCs. Patrons will be held responsible for any damage to equipment caused by misuse.
Internet Disclaimer
The State Library has no control over the materials found on the Internet. The library cannot censor your access to material nor protect you from information you find offensive, controversial or inappropriate. Due to the nature of the Internet, not all information you find will be accurate, complete or current. Use your discretion in using this global resource.
While the State Library does not censor legal activities, viewing child pornography is illegal and will not be tolerated at the State Library. For information, see 18 USC 110 of the US Code.
The State Library is a public building and users of computer resources need to recognize that there can be no expectation of privacy. However, the State Library upholds the right of confidentiality for all users. No one may review the content of a user's internet log files unless so authorized by a court order issued pursuant to RSA 91-A:5 and RSA 201-D:11 or by the USA Patriot Act.
State Library staff are authorized to terminate any user's session, or to prohibit a user from subsequent sessions, given cause to believe the user has failed to comply with the Acceptable Use Policy and Rules of Conduct. Users whose access has been terminated or prohibited may appeal the action to the State Librarian.

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