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Unfiltered Internet Workstations

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  • Must have a Thousand Oaks Library card.
  • May use the Internet for up to 90 minutes per day.
  • May make Internet reservations in person up to 48 hours in advance.
  • Must agree to abide by the Internet Use Contract displayed on the screen and printed above.

Adult Guests:

  • May use Express Internet workstations for up to 15 minutes without charge.
  • Must agree to abide by the Internet Use Contract displayed on the screen and printed above.


  • Children in grades 6-12 may register to use the Internet upon the formal consent of their parent or legal guardian.
  • Parents who wish to grant their permission for their juvenile children to use the Internet must go to the Information Desk, with the child, for assistance.
  • Children in preschool through grade 5 must be accompanied by their parent or guardian when using a library Internet workstation.

Note to parents: Parents should be aware that the Internet is not regulated by any U.S. laws regarding content of written or graphic materials and that by signing the Library's “Internet Parental Consent Form” they have given their children access to the entire world of information available on the Internet, including material which some may find objectionable. Parents are encouraged to review the guidelines and Internet safety literature.  For further information, please visit Internet Safety Resources in English or in Spanish.

The Library makes no warranty or guarantee and accepts no responsibility for any consequences of service interruptions or changes, even if these disruptions arise from circumstances under the control of the Library.

Materials obtained or copied from the Internet may be subject to copyright laws. United States copyright law (Title 17, U.S. Code) prohibits the unauthorized reproduction or distribution of copyrighted materials. Responsibility for any consequence of copyright infringement lies with the user. The Thousand Oaks Library expressly disclaims any responsibility for, or liability for copyright violation by a user.