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Personal Identifiable Information, Parental Consent, and Public Libraries

In the wake of FTC’s recent ruling fining Google and its subsidiary, YouTube, to pay a record $170
million, libraries are reminded of the huge responsibility they shoulder in protecting user’s privacy.

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BookTube–YouTube’s Bookish Community

With book vlogging becoming a more popular form of readers advisory, many librarians are creating their own web blogs to share their latest book recommendations. The following is a sampling of what is out there as well as tips to get you started with your own Youtube channel. The Library Lovers Tag is a video […]