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ALA Corrects Mueller’s “Big Lie” About Patron Privacy

ALA President Carol Brey-Casiano has come out with a brisk and articulate retort to FBI Director Mueller’s statement that library records aren’t protected.

“Library records are, in fact, protected by written laws. In 48 states, laws declare that a person’s library records are private and confidential; the remaining two states, Kentucky and Hawaii, have attorneys’ general opinions recognizing the confidentiality of library records. (See State Privacy Laws Regarding Library Records:”

I’m telling you, some people’s kids…

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