Internet Policy

The Brunswick Community Library is dedicated to providing the community with a wide variety of information on all topics.

Patrons use the Internet at their own discretion. We do not censor the content available on the Internet. The Library does not monitor nor does it control the content of the Internet. Not all sites provide accurate, complete or current information. Some access points carry information that a user might find controversial or inappropriate. We encourage our patrons to be sensitive to the fact that they are in a public setting.

As with any library resource, parents and guardians are responsible for supervising their children’s use of the Internet. Failure to comply with library guidelines may result in revocation of Internet privileges.

To use a library computer, patrons must have an UHLS library card in good standing.

Rules of Use

·           Use of the public computers is on a first-come, first-served basis.

·           Use of the computers is restricted to 30 minutes per session, and four sessions per day per person (i.e., 2 hours per person, per day).

·           Printing is available for $.15 per page, black and white; $.25 color .

·           Patrons must finish work and log off 30 minutes before the end of the day.


The Library does not permit:

Violation of any federal or state law or regulation including, but not restricted to, copyright infringement and acts of a threatening, harassing, or obscene nature.

Abuse of equipment or policy may result in loss of library privileges.


Approved by the Board of Trustees February 2006

Updated Jan 2010; April 2011