Because libraries are on the front lines of patron privacy and confidentiality controversies that raise first amendment questions it is increasingly critical that libraries and their counsel become familiar with the constitutional rights of patrons. Privacy and confidentiality issues guide for libraries and their lawyers theresa chmara online books database doc id 5d87a3 online books database theresa chmara . Theresa chmara a partner with the washington dc office of jenner block has extensive experience counseling clients on first amendment issuesshe has led numerous sessions in lawyers for libraries training institutes and has represented the american library association the freedom to read foundation and the american booksellers association on free speech issues. The chapters cover the types of privacy and confidentiality issues that arise in libraries first amendment rights privacy and confidentiality issues related to the internet applicable state statutes minors first amendment and privacy rights relevant federal laws and the development of library privacy policies. Freedom in communication both in reading and writing is a basic library users constitutional right in a free society to enhance library users reading freedom a respect of user privacy and confidentiality in libraries is also critical
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