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Terms of Use

Please be aware that you are working in a space shared by people of all ages, with a variety of information needs.

Please use the Internet responsibly:

    • Use the internet legally and ethically, including abiding by copyright law.
    • Take care not to tamper with computer equipment, software configurations, or files.
    • Be respectful of other people.  You will be asked to stop using the Internet if you are disturbing others.
    • Use your own library card to sign on to the computer.  Please do not use library cards that belong to others.
    • Do not distribute “spam” or computer viruses.

Violation of these conditions may result in suspension, loss of Internet privileges or prosecution by the appropriate authorities.

Your Library card allows for access to the Internet for up to 90 minutes per day.  Please note:

    • Access to chat rooms is not permitted.
    • Internet privileges may be suspended if overdue fines are not paid.

Parental Responsibility and Child Safety on the Internet
Parents or guardians are responsible for supervising their children’s selection of information on the Internet.  Workstations in children’s areas are filtered.

Parents or guardians are responsible for supervising their children’s selection of information on the Internet.  Workstations in children’s areas are filtered.

Privacy Statement
The Surrey Public Library is committed to protecting your privacy.  Refer to the Personal Information and Privacy Policy (section 2.5 of Policy Manual) for further information.

    • The Library cannot guarantee confidentiality.
    • Financial transactions done on Library computers may not be secure.
    • Protect your privacy and security.  Be sure to log out of any web sites that you have logged into using your personal account passwords.
    • All customers are expected to respect the privacy of others.

Disclaimer
Not all the information available via the Internet is accurate, current or complete.  Surrey Public Library cannot be held liable for any information that may be lost, damaged or unavailable due to technical or other difficulties.