U.S. court to take second look at library’s internet filtering

TriCity Herald – “Central Washington’s library system will head back to federal court Oct. 25 to further argue its filtering of public internet access. The hearing in Richland before U.S. District Court Judge Edward F. Shea will consider motions left dangling after the Washington Supreme Court last year upheld the North Central Regional Library district practice of narrowly filtering internet pages related to pornography and gambling.”

One Response to “U.S. court to take second look at library’s internet filtering”

  1. Dan Kleinman of SafeLibraries
    October 11, 2011 at 12:41 pm #

    Regarding the state decision and to see where the library director exposes ALA “dogma,” see http://safelibraries.blogspot.com/2010/11/library-porn-removal-roadmap-ncrl.html

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