Restriction of a minor's access to the Internet is the responsibility of the parent or legal guardian.
Within the above limitations, the Library follows policies and procedures that support maximum safety for minors when accessing the Internet at the library. The library affirms the rights and responsibilities of parents or guardians to determine and monitor the childrens use of library materials and resources.
Inappropriate matter shall include obscene matter, matter harmful to minors, or materials containing sexual exploitation of children, as defined by Kansas Statutes and the Childrens Internet Protection Act. Customers are responsible for any careless and/or abusive treatment of computer hardware and software.
Members of library staff are under no obligation to monitor library computer workstation usage and accept no responsibility for investigating the manner in which those workstations are used.
When, however, a member of the library staff observes a patron using a workstation in violation of the following subsections, the patron will be deemed to be using the workstation in an unacceptable manner, resulting in any or all of the following consequences: Materials on the Internet may be subject to copyright laws.
Adult bed bugs in Kansas City are very small, about the size of a tick.
In fact, they are often mistaken for ticks or small cockroaches, so we do not always get a call for an infestation as soon as we might like.
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The library is a forum for all points of view and adheres to the principles of intellectual freedom as expressed in the Library Bill of Rights formulated by the American Library Association and adopted by the Library Board.
Until recently, you may have thought bed bugs were just a myth.
We’ve all heard the old nursery rhyme, “Sleep tight, don’t let the bed bugs bite.” We wish we could tell you that it was only a rhyme or a myth, but bed bugs in bed are in the news almost daily now for a reason.
Copyrighted materials may not be copied without permission of the copyright holder unless the proposed use falls within the definition of fair use. All patrons are prohibited from sending electronic mail, instant messages, or chat room messages that violate any local, state of federal laws.
(United States Code, title 17, Section 107) Patrons shall not access or exhibit inappropriate matter on library Internet workstations. Violators of this prohibition are subject to the consequences described above.
And, they’ve been found in every class of hotel from shady to the most luxurious.