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With the USA Freedom Act in Place, What’s the Biggest Threat to Patron Privacy in America?
1 July 2015 | Mallory Wilson
On May 13, 2015, the House of Representatives passed the USA Freedom Act by a vote of 338-88. Less than three weeks later, on June 2, the act was passed in the Senate without amendment, by a vote of 67-32. On that same day, the Freedom Act was signed into law by President Obama. Many laws don’t...

On May 13, 2015, the House of Representatives passed the USA Freedom Act by a vote of 338-88. Less than three weeks later, on June 2, the act was passed in...

1 July 2015 |

Though today’s job market is difficult for library school graduates, libraries have the opportunity to hire from hundreds of qualified applicants.

In many ways, this is an ideal situation. But how can you keep such a large pipeline...

24 June 2015 |

After four months of entries, it’s finally time to announce the winners of the Love Your Library Contest!

We’ve enjoyed reading and watching your stories as they’ve been submitted, and have been blown away by the unique impact each library...

17 June 2015 |

As the world of information changes, libraries will need to try new things to keep up with their users’ demands. But trying new things is risky. How can you innovate without wasting precious funding?

You’re not alone in this struggle....

10 June 2015 |

You'll be hard-pressed to find an organization more universally popular than Google. Within seconds, users can find out where the closest pizza parlor is or book reservations for their next salon appointment thanks to its robust data capabilities...

2 June 2015 |

On May 15, concerned citizens of New York rallied at City Hall. New York is no stranger to protests, but this one was unique as it centered around the New York Public Library system. While public library funding has been dwindling steadily over...

26 May 2015 |