Summer is upon us! But you're probably wondering: Who offers free wifi and copious air conditioning? What's the most edifying place I could park the kids? Where could I discreetly conduct some light criminal activity? The answer, of course, is your public library.
Someone—it's not clear who—appears to be painstakingly vandalizing trashing about Anne Frank in public libraries across Tokyo, including her famous diary.
A man at the Chinatown branch of the Los Angeles library caught looking at Internet pornography has sparked a debate about balancing First Amendment rights and protecting children. So far, the response appears to be refreshingly measured.