The Town has no control over the information available over the Internet and cannot be held responsible for content or accuracy. The Town cannot be held responsible for any confidential or financial information patrons may send over the Wireless Internet. A person’s use of the Wireless Internet leaves electronic information in the public domain. Internet communications are not private, nor are they confidential. Parents and guardians are expected to monitor children’s use of the Internet. This is an experimental service and may be discontinued at anytime without prior notice. The Town disclaims any liability for unauthorized security breaches. By connecting to the Wireless Internet users acknowledge all associated risks. The Town encourages all users to adhere to good security practices. Town staff is not permitted to support user connectivity issues or user computer issues of any type. If Town staff is contacted for assistance they will only verify the current operational state of the Wireless Internet System. The Information Technology Department will treat repair issues related to the Wireless Internet as a lower priority than work orders and issues directly affecting Town departments, boards and committees.
This limited Internet service should be used for occasional access to the Internet only, and should not be relied on as a person’s only means of Internet access. All Internet ports not needed for Internet browsing and simple email communications are blocked. The Town does not guarantee minimum Internet connection speeds. Maximum Internet connection speeds are limited to 1Mbps per user.