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November 1998, Week 1

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Hi.

I've just had a disturbing incident in my library.  Someone downloaded a
number of child pornography stories to one of my machines.  We use
generic logins so there is no way to trace who is cruising these sites after
the fact.

Having a list of approved sites won't work for me since I'm in a health care
environment.  There are too many things that must be available to my
clients.  And most menuing systems that would restrict the desktop won't
work with our OPAC.  Help!  Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Pam Richards
Information Specialist/Systems
Health Science Library
St. Michael's Hospital
30 Bond St.
Toronto, ON
M5B 1W8
416-360-4000 x2924
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