Lexington Public Library

Customer Computer and Internet Use Policy

By using a Library-owned public computer, or by connecting your personally-owned computer or device to the LPL network, you agree to adhere to this policy. Violation of any part of this policy may result in termination of the customer’s session, with the possible loss of computer or library privileges. Illegal acts may also be subject to prosecution by local, state, and/or federal authorities.

Use of the Library’s computers or the Library’s network with a personal device for the transmission, dissemination, and/or duplication of information is regulated under various state and federal laws. The Library expects all users to comply with such laws.

The Library does not censor material available through the Internet and is not responsible for its accuracy, currency or propriety. Library customers use the Internet at their own discretion and must make judgments about any information found.

The library will make reasonable efforts to keep equipment in operating condition and its Internet connection active. However, the library cannot guarantee the availability of equipment even if a reservation has been made, nor can it guarantee that an Internet connection will be available during business hours. It is the responsibility of the user to use a personal storage device to save work created using the Library’s computers. The Library is not responsible for loss of work.

Updated by LPL Board of Trustees January 9, 2019 and September 11, 2019