Enhanced Security Measures: A Personal Experience

Castle, Naomi
April 2003
Feliciter;2003, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p91
Discusses the effect of increased security concerns on libraries. Prevention of computer hackers from accessing any information related to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO); Basis of reference service; Degree of security surrounding NATO.


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