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Section 41-8-10 Registration, etc., records of public libraries to be confidential;
right of parents to inspect records. It is recognized that public library use by an individual
should be of confidential nature. Any other provision of general, special or local law, rule
or regulation to the contrary notwithstanding, the registration and circulation records and
information concerning the use of the public, public school, college and university libraries
of this state shall be confidential. Registration and circulation records shall not be open
for inspection by, or otherwise available to, any agency or individual except for the following
entities: (a) the library which manages the records; (b) the state education department for
a library under its jurisdiction when it is necessary to assure the proper operation of such
library; or (c) the state Public Library Service for a library under its jurisdiction when
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Section 41-8-9 "Registration records" defined. As used in Section 41-8-10,
the term "registration records" includes any information which a library requires
a patron to provide in order to become eligible to borrow books and other materials, and the
term "circulation records" includes all information which identifies the patrons
utilizing particular books and any other library materials in any medium or format. (Acts
1983, No. 83-565, p. 866, ยง1.)... - 756 bytes - Match Info - Similar pages