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The Exciting World of Library Law: Congressional Puzzles and Laptop Viewing Rights

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Library Law has had some interesting posts this past week (and in previous weeks, but I’ll try and focus here:-):

Library Law June 13th post: Why is there no free public access to the annotated U.S. Constitution that is compiled by the Congressional Research Office (CRS)? This question is part of a larger ongoing battle to get all CRS reports online, free, and available to the public.

Library Law June 8th post: Do you have a right to view unclothed people on your own laptop while in the public library? This is just one library law case of several that can be read at a Justia database. Summaries of the cases and links to pleadings and other case documents are simply and perfectly displayed. If only ….

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