Trenton Public Library WiFi Use Policy
Last Modified: 21 March 2012
WiFi Use Policy
Trenton Public Library
Trenton Public Library will provide free WiFi connections to the citizens of our community. Patrons are more than welcome to bring their own laptops to the library to use, or may use the library's Dell laptop (depending on its availability) if they do not have one available. Usage of the library's laptop will be restricted to adults or children 14 and older whose guardians are present to supervise the usage.
Trenton Public Library cannot guarantee a secure connection at all times and in all places in the library, as many things can interfere with the wireless, including building elements, cordless phones, etc. The library takes no responsibility for lost data, etc. due to a bad connection.
Wireless networks are transmitted over radio waves, and are therefore susceptible to potential "eavesdropping". Patrons should be aware of what they are transmitting. Patrons are responsible for maintaining their own up-to-date antivirus software, firewalls, etc.
As the library's internet access is filtered, so is the wireless access to the internet.
Patrons must assume responsibility for their own equipment.
All existing library policies also apply to WiFi usage.
Staff will offer no technical support for WiFi usage and dealing with patrons' personal computer equipment.
No printing available from the wireless. You can save your work to your USB drive and print from our wired stations.
Web-based email only is allowed for wireless usage.
All computers and electronic equipment owned by Trenton Public Library is for use within the library only. No equipment owned by the library may be checked out by patrons.
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