A Guide to Using the Anonymous Web in Libraries and Information Organizations provides practical guidance to those who are interested in integrating the anonymous web into their services. It will be particularly useful to those seeking to promote enhanced privacy for their patrons. The book begins by explaining, in simple terms, what the anonymous web is, how it works, and its benefits for users. Lund and Beckstrom also explain why they believe access to the anonymous web should be provided in library and information organizations around the world. They describe how to provide access, as well as educate library users on how to utilize the anonymous web and navigate any challenges that might arise during implementation. The authors also encourage the development of library policies that guide appropriate conduct and filter content, where appropriate, in order to deter illegal activity. A Guide to Using the Anonymous Web in Libraries and Information Organizations reminds us that libraries and other information providers have a duty to educate and support their communities, while also preserving privacy. Demonstrating that the anonymous web can help them to fulfil these obligations, this book will be essential reading for library and information professionals working around the world.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-02-09 - Publisher: Circa Publishing
Book 1 in a Series of Stand-alone Historical Thrillers The year is 1937 and England's well-respected investigator, Montgomery Vale, a bi-racial gentleman, is aboard the Hindenburg, determined to find answers about his family's mysterious past. But, even more disturbing events derail him. Moments after discovering a dead man in the
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-05-12 - Publisher: Eve Dangerfield Books
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Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-02-25 - Publisher: Abrams
For one charismatic kid, the dangerous world of the Forest of the Dead becomes the setting for the ultimate escape trick in this exciting debut novel. Jack Carr has been shuttled from foster home to group home to foster home his entire life. The only constant has been his interest
Authors: Emma Miller, Jenna Mindel, Lee Tobin McClain
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-02-01 - Publisher: Harlequin
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