Table of contents for What every librarian should know about electronic privacy / Jeannette Woodward.

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What Every Librarian Should Know about Electronic Privacy
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Portrait of a Library Computer User
Chapter 2: Protecting Library Users from Identity Theft
Chapter 3: Privacy Threats from the Business World
Chapter 4: Protecting Children and Teenagers
Chapter 5: Government Surveillance, Datamining, and Just Plain Carelessness
Chapter 6: RFID Systems in Libraries
Chapter 7: The Challenge of Library Records: What to Keep and How Long to Keep Them
Chapter 8: The Patriot Act Quandary: Obeying the Law and Protecting Library Users
Chapter 9: Protecting Electronic Privacy: A Step-by-Step Plan
Chapter 10: Education and Advocacy

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Public access computers in libraries -- United States.
Internet access for library users -- United States.
Confidential communications -- Library records -- United States.
Computer security -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Data protection -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Privacy, Right of -- United States.