All wireless users must agree to Fayetteville Public Library’s (FPL) Computer Resources and Internet Access policy. By connecting to FPL’s wireless network, users are accepting Fayetteville Public Library’s existing Internet policy.
Library staff cannot provide assistance with customer equipment.
Public wireless Internet content is filtered to the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) standards.
Headphones or ear buds are mandatory for programs requiring sound. Ear buds can be purchased at several service desks.
Wireless access should not be considered secure.
The Fayetteville Public Library is not responsible for damage or loss of data incurred while connected to the library wireless network. All wireless users are strongly encouraged to install anti-virus software and security patches to protect their personal devices.
Wireless users will not be permitted to perform vulnerability assessments or scans against the library’s networks. Any such intrusions will be deemed as a violation of library policy and subject to immediate revocation of library privileges.
Users will not be permitted to mount an attack, hack, attempt to hack, scan, sniff, packet flood, spoof (user accounts or IP addresses), or perform security assessments against any library owned workstation, server, router, switch, patron computer, or outside network through the wireless access points provided by the Fayetteville Public Library or its affiliates.
The Library reserves the right to block any user device deemed to be creating malicious network traffic.
The library may limit bandwidth utilization per device as necessary.
Date Approved 10/8/04 (D)
Date Revised 12/15/08; 11/21/16