Public Computer Rules

 

  • Users must meet the qualifications as outlined in the Tulare County Library Public Internet Policy and Tulare County Library Public Internet Guidelines.
     

  • Single user Internet workstations are available inside the lab. Two person may use an Internet workstations are available outside of the lab.
     

  • Customers may print at a cost of 10 cents per black-and-white page, or 50 cents per color page.
     

  • Food and drink are NOT allowed.
     

  • The Tulare County Library reserves the right to monitor all public access computer use.
     

  • Conduct while using computers must be courteous and polite. Those acting in a loud or bothersome manner will be asked to leave. Please work without disturbing others.
     

  • Individuals may not tamper with or disable equipment. Users are responsible for deliberate damage to the equipment.
     

  • Individuals may not violate the Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S. Code).
     

  • The computing and network resources of the Tulare County Library System may not be used for illegal purposes. Such acts may be subject to prosecution by local, state, or federal officials.
     

  • Any person who compromises network security or who uses the Tulare County Library System Internet connection for improper purposes may have their computer privileges revoked.
     

  • Users may save their work to a USB flash drive. If you do not have a USB flash drive, you may purchase one from the library staff for $7.50.
     

  • At the end of each computer session, customers are asked to return to the desktop menu.
     

The Library is not responsible for any information accessed through the Internet or for any products or services ordered by users from library equipment.

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