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Okla. library revises book-signing policy after Satanist asks to read from book

“City officials are making changes to public library policies after a man who describes himself as Satanist reserved space for a book signing. Adam Daniels, 36, founder of the Oklahoma City-based Church of Ahriman, made national news last year when he staged a “black Mass” at the Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall.” (via Gazette.com)

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Windsor library changes weapons policy

“The Clearview Library District officially changed its rules Thursday, Sept. 25, to allow patrons to legally carry concealed guns in the library.The library board voted unanimously Thursday evening to update the district’s conduct policy to prohibit “open carrying of firearms and weapons; carrying a concealed firearm with a firearm without a concealed firearm permit.”The “Conduct in the Library” policy had stated that all weapons were banned from the library unless carried by law enforcement.” (via Coloradoan)

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Orland library to consider new Internet policy

“The Orland Park Public Library board is ready to appoint a new trustee and return to the debate about the library’s Internet policy at a special meeting of the Board of Library Trustees Wednesday evening. The library’s controversial Internet policy, which lets adults use library computers to access any legal materials, including pornography, came under fire when two patrons complained in October. Dozens of patrons debated whether Internet access should remain unfiltered at the library’s November board meeting.” (via chicagotribune.com)

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Downers Grove library considers looser Internet restrictions

“Downers Grove library officials are considering loosening Internet restrictions for children.Staff and trustees discussed adopting a new Internet use policy during its Oct. 23 meeting as part of the librarys strategic plan to improve web access for youngsters.Under the current policy, children under 14 cannot use the Internet on library computers unless their parents have specifically granted them access through their library cards. The policy only applies to library computers. Patrons using their own devices through the buildings Wi-Fi have no such restrictions.” (via chicagotribune.com)

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Library adopts policy on behavior, bills counties

“The Kilbourn Public Library Board of Trustees approved a public behavior policy and billing by the South Central Library System of four counties for $22,269 for use of the library at its monthly meeting May 9. The public behavior policy is to “preserve a reasonably quiet atmosphere where library patrons may use library services and materials without disturbance.” The policy provides that if someone is disturbing others and not responding to the needs of others, that person will be asked to leave and can be restricted from using the library.” (via Wisconsin Dells Events)

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