Computers & Internet

The Brighton Public Library Board recognizes that internet access is an increasingly essential part of participation in Canadian society and culture, and provides public access to the internet to fulfill its commitment to equitable access to information.  The Brighton Public Library (BPL) provides Internet access to library patrons in support the Strategic Plan 2016-2020: Your Library!  Your Imagination! Service responses: Connect to the Online World, Visit a Comfortable Place: Physical and Virtual Spaces and Stimulate Imagination: Reading, Viewing and Listening for Pleasure.

Internet workstations are situated in public areas shared by Library users of all ages. Users are required to use the Internet in accordance with this environment and with consideration for other Library users. Patrons using the internet are subject to federal and provincial legislation regulating Internet use, including the provisions of the Criminal Code. The use of the Library’s Internet services for illegal purposes is prohibited, and may result in prosecution.

Please read the Library’s Internet Use Policy

Wireless Internet Access

Free wireless internet is available throughout the library for access by patrons with mobile devices. Patrons accessing wireless Internet service are bound by the terms of use in op-10 Internet Services policy.

BPL ’s wireless network is not secure; BPL cannot guarantee the safety of traffic across its wireless network. The library does not assume any responsibility for the configuration, security or files on personal laptops resulting from connection to the library’s network.