Atlantic City Experience Social Media Polciy
The mission of the Atlantic City Free Public Library is to provide services, programs and activities to meet the diverse educational, informational, and recreational needs of the Atlantic City Community. In order to reach out to all potential users, the Atlantic City Free Public Library maintains blogs as well as a presence in Social Networks including but not limited to Facebook and Twitter. Please also be aware of the Atlantic City Free Public Library's Internet Use Policy.
The Atlantic City Free Public Library has a section on its Atlantic City Experience website entitled "I Remember." The purpose of this section is to invite people from all over the world to post and share their memories of Atlantic City as a visitor or as a current or past resident. Our goal is to keep adding to the wonderful and unique history of Atlantic City through people's memories. To post to the section "I Remember," participants must have an account with the Atlantic City Experience website. Once published, all posts and files uploaded become the property of the Atlantic City Free Public Library and may be republished world-wide in any format and in any media.
All posts are reviewed prior to being published. Please post responsibly. Do not post comments that are off topic, defamatory, obscene, abusive, threatening or an invasion of privacy. The following will be removed by Atlantic City library editors: potentially libelous comments; obscene or racist comments; personal attacks, insults, or threatening language; plagiarized material; private, personal information published without consent; comments substantially unrelated to the topic of Atlantic City history; commercial promotions or spam; and hyperlinks to material or resources that are not directly related to the discussion. Participants will be encouraged to use their real names, but inoffensive screen names will be acceptable.
Disclaimer: The Library reserves the right to remove or edit any post in this section. The Library is not responsible for the content on this page. The Library does not endorse any information or opinions or graphics found on this page. As with all Library resources, the Library affirms the right and responsibility of parents/guardians, NOT Library staff, to determine and monitor their minor children's use of the internet. (Minors are defined in this policy as children and young people under the age of 18 years.) Parents are responsible for their minor children's use of the Library's resources and facilities.
Approved by the Library Board of Trustees, February 27, 2012.