Wireless Internet Access Policy

The Library offers free wireless internet access (WiFi) for Library customers to use with their own personal laptops and mobile devices. Use of the Library's WiFi service is your agreement with the terms and conditions of the Library's Wireless Internet Access Policy below.

Wireless use agreement
Irvington Public Library provides free unfiltered wireless access to the internet. Wireless users must agree to abide by the Library's Internet Use Policy and Behavioral Policy.

The Irvington Public Library assumes no responsibility for damage, theft or loss of personal equipment, software, data files or other personal property used in or around the library facility.

What is needed to access the wireless network
You should have a laptop with a charged battery and a standard wireless network interface card that is compatible with Wi-Fi

When wireless access is available
The Library provides wireless access during normal library operating hours. However, high demand, reliability of technology and other factors may affect access. For these reasons the Library cannot guarantee the availability or reliability of the service.

Printing using the wireless network
To print from the wireless network, you will need to save your work and print from a Library PC. Black and white copies only are .15 cents per page.

Help connecting to the wireless network
You must configure your own equipment. Staff cannot troubleshoot your equipment. Please consult your user's manual, or contact your hardware or software provider for any additional assistance.

Wireless network security
Communication over a wireless network is not secure. The Library assumes no responsibility for the safety of your equipment or data while using the wireless network. The library highly recommends that all laptops or wireless devices have up-to-date anti-virus software, spyware protection, and a personal firewall installed while utilizing the Library's wireless network.

Using power outlets
Available power outlets may be used wherever the cord does not present a tripping hazard or block access for patrons or staff. Chairs or tables are not to be moved to electrical outlets.

Please access Internet applications with sound using your own headphones.

Updated and Approved by the Irvington Public library Board of Trustees - September 2013