Library employees settle Internet porn suit.

New policies are on the books at a Minnesota library that was sued for job discrimination. The Minneapolis Public Library has settled a federal suit brought by 12 employees who claimed the library failed to protect them from patrons who were using its computers to view hard-core porn online. In addition to paying a monetary settlement, the library has agreed to make several policy changes. (Adamson v. Minneapolis Public Library, No. 03-CV-2521 (D. Minn. settled Aug. 7, 2003)

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