Filtering Software and Other Restrictions on Internet Access

NJLA affirms the right of all users, regardless of age, to have unrestricted access to the Internet. The policy of the New Jersey Library Association is that people should be able to read whatever they want in a public library, so long as it is legal. Libraries may provide software filters for individuals who want tools to limit their own personal access to materials on the Internet, but NJLA opposes the deployment of filtering software for the sake of restricting general access to the Internet.

Statement on Net Neutrality

Statement on Net Neutrality

Orange Public Library Re-Opens

NJLA was invited to the grand re-opening of the Orange Public Library on Monday January 13, 2014. In December NJLA sponsored a rally on the steps of the Library calling for the re-opening of this library and we are delighted with this outcome. Congratulations to the people of Orange!

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