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Library offers Internet access

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My NetWORKS and the Lebanon-Laclede County Library have partnered to provide free public Internet access during the closure of the library due to the COVID-19 outbreak.  Free Wi-Fi will be offered in the library parking lot. The library says the goal is to provide access to individuals and students who do not have Internet access at home Sessions are limited to 4 hours per day, to help ensure that everyone who needs access can get it.

Speeds are set to 10Mbps download and 2Mbps upload Access is enabled 24/7, but may be altered at the library's discretion.
 Because minors will have access, certain websites may be filtered for their safety.
If your activity shows that you are abusing the system or accessing inappropriate material, you may be blocked from further access. To access the service, connect to the network “Library Public.” By clicking ‘connect’ users are agreeing to the following: “I agree to use the Internet at this Public Library with the understanding that I am responsible for appropriate use of the Internet and the Library's equipment. I realize that I am responsible for any damage that may occur while I am using the equipment specified for Internet use. I, hereby, hold harmless this Public Library (including the Library Board of Trustees, employees, agents, or subcontractors) for the content of the material that is retrieved through the Internet, or for any actions that may occur as a result of such actions." Email librarywifi@mynetworksnow.com for questions or concerns, or visit https://mynetworksnow.com/librarywifi for more information.

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