Libraries dealing with question of filtering the Internet
THE DAILY WORLD
Steven Friederich | August 3, 2012
Would it matter to you if your public library decides that some content can’t be viewed on computers within the library?
The Timberland Regional Library District’s Board of Trustees is considering changing its Internet filtering policy and at least two Lewis County board members are pushing for the district to filter the content on every public computer in all of the libraries. The board has seven trustees and each county in the system — Grays Harbor, Pacific, Lewis, Mason and Thurston — are represented on the board. They are appointed by the county commissioners of the five-county region.