August 04, 2012
LIBRARY PORN AND THE LAW
EIE President Donna Rice Hughes joined Charlie Butts on One News New to discuss privacy screens on library computers and how the law affects this issue.
"The way we approached this at the federal level, which also applies at the state level, is that public libraries that are using taxpayer dollars to fund their computers and their Internet access cannot allow those computers to be used to view material that is pornographic, whether the patrons of the library are adult or children," explains Hughes.
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