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Internet Access for Prisoners: Annotated Webliography

Publication year: 2008 | Cataloged on: Aug. 19, 2008

Library ID

  • 023233

Author(s)

Other Information

  • 2008
  • 24 pages.
ANNOTATION: These copies of presentation overheads provide links to material regarding the use of the Internet by incarcerated offenders. Sections cover: the necessity of the Internet as a tool for survival and success in today’s world; why incarcerated people should have access to online resources; the why and how of limiting inmates’ access to the Internet; the kind of online information and training that would be the most helpful to incarcerated people; what is being done to deal with the issue in the U.S.; what is being done to address this issue around the world; and how access can be provided to online resources without compromising safety and security.
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