The internet is a global entity with a highly diverse user population; library customers use it at their own risk. Internet users should be aware that not all online sources provide accurate, complete or current information. Provision of internet service does not imply that the Burlington County Library System endorses or approves of any material accessed.

The Burlington County Library System provides internet access on PCs which are filtered appropriately for youth and adult areas of the library. Even with filtering, some websites that are inappropriate in a library setting may be displayed. Unfiltered internet access is available upon completion of the Unfiltered Internet Access Request form. For children under the age of 18, the child’s parent or legal guardian must be present to complete the form. Because the library is a public place, library staff has the authority to end an internet session when such material displays.

You may not use the library’s computers for any fraudulent or unlawful purpose. New Jersey Statute 2C:34-4 prohibits you from accessing or displaying pornographic and/or obscene materials. You will forfeit your PC use privileges if you violate these terms of use.
Parents or guardians, not the library or its staff, are responsible for online information selected and/or accessed by their children. It is recommended that parents monitor their child’s internet use in the library, whether using the library’s computers or their own laptops.
Customers must use their own library card to access the computers. Sharing of cards for this purpose is not permitted and could result in the suspension of computer use privileges for the cardholder.

Printers are attached to the library’s Internet PCs. Black and white and color prints are available at .05 per page. Color prints are .5 per page. Two-sided printing is available. Customers providing their own paper will also pay these rates. Regarding the wireless service, printers are not available for use with the customer’s equipment.

Wireless Internet Access (All polices above apply)

We offer wireless access at all our branches and member sites. As with our Internet service, your information may not be secure and therefore customers use it at their own risk. Customers are responsible for configuring their own devices.

Most users can simply bring their wireless-enabled device to the library and turn it on. The computer will automatically recognize the network: library_wifi

Wireless Use: Terms of Service

The text of the terms of service that library customers agree to is as follows:

Burlington County Library System provides free wireless access to the Internet. Wireless users must agree to abide by the Library's Internet and Computer Use Policy which prohibits abusive or illegal activity while using the Library's Internet service.

  • The Library makes no guarantees about, and is not responsible for, the security of information transmitted and received during the customer’s wireless Internet session.
  • Library staff cannot provide in-depth training or troubleshooting concerning the Internet, wireless access or the customer's equipment.
  • The Library accepts no responsibility for any software downloaded and/or installed, email opened, or sites accessed while customers are on the wireless Internet connection. Any damage done to the patron's equipment or self from viruses, identity theft, spyware, plug-ins, or other Internet-borne programs is the sole responsibility of the customer; and the customer holds harmless the Library from any such damage.