Acceptable Use Policy for Wireless Access
I understand and agree to comply with all of the following conditions:
- I will not circumvent the filtering of the wireless library signal.
- I understand that Library staff cannot provide technical assistance and will not perform troubleshooting on personal laptops, PDAs, or other devices.
- I understand that there is no guarantee that I will be able to connect to the wireless system.
- I will comply with all state and federal laws and the Austin Public Library policies and procedures.
- I release the City of Austin and its employees and officers from any liability associated with my viewing of, use of, or exposure to any information, machine-readable file, picture, graphical representation, or illustration that I may encounter while using a laptop computer or other WiFi device, whether or not such information appears or is delivered through the station I operate.
- I will not violate any state or federal laws, including those regarding child pornography or delivery of harmful materials to minors.
- I will not harm or harass any City employee or member of the public.
- I understand that the Library is not responsible for the damage or loss of laptops or other hardware, personal information, electronic documents, diskettes, and/or files.
- I understand that my failure to comply with Library policies and procedures will result in Library penalties that range from suspension of Internet privileges -through eviction from the Library.
- I understand that the City of Austin reserves the right to change its WiFi access policies and procedures at any time.
- I understand that individual Library staff members are not authorized to modify or waive these policies.
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By Veronica Roth.
In a future Chicago, sixteen-year-old Beatrice Prior must choose among five predetermined factions to define her identity for the rest of her life, a decision made more difficult when she discovers that she is an anomoly who does not fit into any one group, and that the society she lives in is not perfect after all.