LAFAYETTE, Colo., Aug. 23, 2006--A trend is developing to allow library patrons free, unlimited access to the Internet. But that freedom causes network problems.

In the 21st century, when much information comes from the Internet, most libraries are valued for their Internet services as much as their books. Because they serve the public interest, most don't have policies that limit the usage of the Internet, and while that makes the Internet usage very desirable to the patrons, it does cause problems for the networks. Many libraries have found NetEqualizer the solution to that problem.

While most libraries have a policy against pornography,...

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