Social Media Policy

(En Español: Política para los Medios de Comunicación Social)

The Library's social media sites serve as "limited public forums." The Library is not responsible for enforcing restrictions that a parent or guardian may place on a minor¹s use of these resources.

Anne Arundel County Public Library (“The Library”) invites discussion and feedback via our social media presence. We do not delete negative feedback, but respond to the customer and attempt to resolve the concern.

The Library reserves the right to monitor content before or after it is posted and remove any messages it deems abusive, defamatory, in violation of copyright, or otherwise inappropriate for the service. The Library reserves the right to deny or remove any comments, tags, and/or images that violate the law, the rights of any third party, or library policies. Comments or feedback that is removed will be saved offline in order to comply with public record requirements.

The Library is not responsible for the content on the pages of friends, fans, or followers of the Library. The Library does not endorse or review the content of third-party sites.

Approved by the Library Board of Trustees on October 18, 2018.

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