Michael A. Keller
Michael A. Keller University Librarian and Director of Academic Information Resources, Stanford University
We haven't fully figured out how to deal with that. We know the Library of Congress is saving the Twitter feeds. I don't know what that means. I use Facebook a lot. I get a lot of information – source material, actually, that my friends have discovered and bring my attention to it. We haven't confronted that issue, to be frank with you. It's not only new, but it's quite challenging because there's privacy involved. One thing about libraries is this intense regard and protection of the privacy of the individual. We will not tell anyone what a reader has borrowed. If a subpoena comes to us, we will try to get that subpoena quashed. It is so important that people have the freedom to read – it's like the freedom of expression. The freedom to read without hindrance, without oversight is terribly, terribly important.
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