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Links 1 through 10 of 34 by Dan Kleinman tagged RoyalOakMI

This Editorial in The Oakland Press says there's sound, logical reason for the ordinance in Royal Oak, MI, is wandering into some new territory. It could be one of the first cities in Michigan to pass an ordinance forcing the library board to install filt

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Exposing them to sexually suggestive or sexually explicit material was never a good idea, but it is becoming more difficult for parents today to monitor and control their youngsters' access and exposure. Let's at least try to limit the exposure in our pu

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ROYAL OAK -- Starting Thursday all computers at the Royal Oak library -- except for one -- will use software intended to filter out inappropriate materials.

Library director Metta Lansdale said Tuesday her staff is installing WebBlocker on all the adul

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Royal Oak (Mich.) Public Library will install filters on all but one of its adult computers, after the City Commission passed an ordinance mandating the action May 19. The statute overrides a decision by the library board not to use blocking software on a

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Royal Oak Library Director Metta Lansdale said Tuesday when web filters are installed on its adult section computers it will continue what has been a learning experience for librarians and patrons.

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ROYAL OAK: Filters to go on library computers
In a 4-3 vote Monday, the City Commission approved an ordinance requiring that the public library's computers be fitted with filters intended to block pornography.

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ROYAL OAK-- The public library will get filtering devices on all but one of the computers used by adults following passage Monday of an ordinance aimed at restricting Internet access. ... "[T]his is right for the community."

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AFA-Michigan President Gary Glenn testified before the Royal Oak City Commission, urging commissioners to protect families and children by blocking Internet access to pornographic material on the city library’s computers. The issue arose after a man was

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ROYAL OAK -- The City Commission will decide Monday whether or not to adopt an ordinance that would force the Royal Oak Public Library to install Internet filters on all but one of the computers used by adult patrons.

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ROYAL OAK: The Library Board is to meet at 7 p.m. at the Royal Oak Public Library, 222 E. Eleven Mile, to continue discussing whether the library's adult computers should be fitted with filters intended to block pornography.

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