Orland Park library pornography debate leads to changes

“A suburban library is altering its computer procedures while it reviews a controversial policy that allows adult patrons to view pornography. The Orland Park Public Library will now check identification of anyone accessing computers in the adult section, said library spokeswoman Bridget Bittman. Before the new measure, users could sign onto the 18-years-and-older computers with only their library card information. The library hasn’t changed its policy that allows adults access to any legal material, including pornography.” (via Chicago Tribune)

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