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Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Bill Would Expand Library Records Confidentiality Act

There have been so many new bills introduced in the Illinois General Assembly recently that we can hardly keep track of them all. But, we thought our library readers might be interested in a new bill that, if passed, would amend the Library Records Confidentiality Act to expand the information that is prohibited from release beyond registration and circulation records to also protect from release "personal identifiable information" of a patron. That information would include a patron's name, address, IP address, social security number, phone number, or email address.  SB 2523.


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