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Category Archives: Privacy
None of us really knows what will happen next. We should always be prepared. But we’re not. Not always.
Libraries care about your privacy. They really do. It’s one of our core values. It always has been, long before this crazy thing called the internet came along, and long before companies knew just about everything about you, and hackers … Continue reading
In this crazy world, we are giving away information about ourselves online all the time. I heard that younger people don’t think anything of it, because they think it’s “always been that way.” Maybe they don’t care about their privacy, … Continue reading
Privacy does matter, and libraries should be proud of the fact that we value and protect privacy. Especially since other entities are whittling away at individual privacy: So much of the discussion of late around privacy centers on its tradeoffs … Continue reading
The Pew Research Center recently published 7 Surprises About Libraries in Our Surveys, in which they share “some surprising facts about what Americans think of libraries and the way they use them.” I think you’ll find the list interesting, and … Continue reading