Privacy in Public Libraries

Privacy is one of the main tenets of public librarianship. Privacy enables library patrons to read and research (in-person or online) freely without fear of embarrassment, judgment, punishment, or ostracism.

Jen Wilson
Neale Stokes
Los Angeles Public Library, CA
Sarah Goff
North Olympic Library System, WA
Allison Jones
Burnaby Public Library, BC
Krista Hoitomt
Hennepin County Library, MN
Ashley Teagle
Southern Maryland Regional Library Association, MD