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.......if a judge or my boss *with a search warrant*

(is what I understand)

kate   :)

Doyle_Tony wrote:

>-------------original message----------------------------
>In my high school, I have turned this feature off.  I don't want to be able to 
>tell a parent, a police officer, a judge etc.  what books the student has checked 
>Whether the feature is on or off the data still exists in your database.  It has 
>always been accessible in Follett.  The new feature just makes it much easier to 
>get at.  When the feature is on you will notice that it brings up data from before 
>the 6.3 upgrade so turning it off doesn't erase the data.  If you turn it back on 
>it is all still there.  If a judge or your boss tells you to find and release the 
>data you are obligated to do it.  The only benefit to turning it off is that it 
>will keep others (volunteers, student aids, etc.) from easily viewing the 
>Tony Doyle, Library Media Teacher 
>CSLA Northern Section PR Chair
>Livingston High School
>Livingston, CA
>"You don't have to burn books to destroy a culture; you just have to get people to 
>stop reading them."
>Ray Bradbury

Kate Gallion
Librarian ~ Teacher
Project MORE H.S.
Tucson, AZ  85719

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