Acceptable Use Policy
The internet is an electronic highway connecting thousands of computers all over the world and millions of individual subscribers. The internet allows you to access and use information sources from distant computers, to communicate and share information with an individual or groups and to expand your knowledge base. You will have access to countless individuals and information sources.
The use of the internet computers in the library is a privilege, not a right. The Peterborough Public Library and Employees retain the right to determine whether the privilege of use should be granted or revoked. Click here to read our Internet and Computer Use Policy
, which details acceptable uses, rules of "online" behaviour, and access privileges for Internet users.
Penalties for Improper Use
Any user violating the Internet and Computer Use Policy
, service guidelines, rules and procedures, or any applicable provincial or federal laws is subject to loss of access privileges and any other actions deemed appropriate, including restitution.