Say it with me, everyone: "In general, libraries aren't responsible/liable for our users' actions while interacting with our collections!"
Yes, yes, "expensive journals drive academics to break copyright law." WhyTF doesn't this drive 'em to STOP SIGNING OVER THEIR COPYRIGHTS?
I think library staff acting as copyright enforcers violates principles IV, VI (and I, II, III, and VII) ala.org/advocacy/proet…
Profs & instructors: i know it's super old-school to put textbooks on reserve at the library, but it is still a kindness to your students.