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Liberty Center Library Internet Policy

This service may be used to access any resource, engage in any communication, or conduct any activity available on the worldwide Internet or the Ohio Public Library Information Network provided such activity can be done with standard web browsers, with these exceptions:

  • You may not send, receive or display text or graphics that may reasonably be construed as obscene.
  • You may not use this resource for any illegal purpose.
  • You may not in any way alter, reconfigure or damage the public access workstations of the Liberty Center Public Library.
  • You may not modify or gain access to files passwords, or data belonging to others, by seeking unauthorized access to any computer system, or damaging or altering software components of any network, host server or database.

Because this is a public resource, the rights of others must be respected. Therefore:

  • Time will be limited to 30 minutes if other users are waiting.
  • Only one person is allowed per workstation in an effort to reduce noise.

In order to prevent viruses, protect the integrity of our workstations, and ensure that workstations will serve the greatest number of people, we ask that the following guidelines be observed:

  • Do not install software of any kind.
  • Do not download any plug-ins without consultation with library staff.


The Library's OPLIN computer accesses the Internet, which is a global identity, with a highly diverse population. The Internet and its available resources contain a wide variety of material and opinions from varied points of view some of which may contain controversial, sexually explicit, offensive, or inappropriate material.

The Liberty Center Public Library cannot control sites which often change rapidly and unpredictably. Library patrons use it at their own risk.

As with other library materials, it is the parent or legal guardian of minor children who must assume ultimate responsibility for supervising access to Internet resources in the Library.

Misuse of the Library's OPLIN computer or Internet access will result in the loss of Internet privileges.