A bill that would keep information about those who check out e-books or other digital resources private is headed to Gov. Jay Nixon's desk.
It also makes it so any third party involved with library records must disclose information of those people who use the libraries' facilities. Many of these third parties provide electronic services to libraries.
E-books and other digital resources would be considered "library materials." Other traditional materials are already covered by this type of protection.
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