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August 22, 2011 § 19 comments
I am working as an intern for a programme for young people in a public library. Most of my time is spent planning and implementation of programs or large book clubs, but from time to time, I met a parent with questions about the books or technology for its teen problems.
A few weeks ago, I was also a meeting with one of the parents: she approached my Office and wondered whether the library had installed any kind of monitoring software in the laboratory of computer science for young people. I explained that all of the computers in the library have an Internet filter, but I personally adolescInformationen over the Internet monitor what to do. I will onlyintervene, if the youth is actually illegal for them to consider such as pornography. The parent then asked if I knew that no email could install monitoring software that is better on his computer monitor, what do the child online.
I was immediately impressed with an ethical dilemma. On the one hand I should assess non-public librarian the information that a person wants and therefore help the parents should make an online search for e-Mail monitoring software. On the other hand, when librarian youth must defend the privacy of youth rights and should promote, in contrast, parents, with his youth and expectations to speak and tell him we offer programs Internet safety for young people. The head of this issue had me face to face with two competing concerns: the Chief, of the access to all the information,who needs them, and her child, which probably does not mean that his E-mail read should have. Honestly, none of these options feel particularly comfortable.
While there are some Lieuxpour allow for the “right answer” to advise you, none of them seemed to resolve this particular issue. ALA Library statement clearly shows that “libraries should present materials and information provide all points of view on current and historical issues” leads me to believe that I some should give strategies only the woman and moving forward search. The Declaration remains in the State, however, that “Libraries with all persons and groups who should work with the held.”It is against the freedom of expression and free access to ideas. “In this case the missing teenagers would that free access to ideas is at risk.” We make thingsto complicate iter, young are protected a parent not necessarily censorship, especially when it comes. What should be done if the defense in the conflict with the service is?
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