Is the information in my account confidential?
Yes. Under California law (Government Code, Title 1, Division 7, Chapter3.5, Sections 6254 (j) and 6267), library records are confidential. Staff will protect the confidentiality of library patron records accordingly and are restricted by law from releasing personal information or information about what a patron has checked out or placed on reserve.

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1. How do I get a library card?
2. Do I need to pay for a library card?
3. What if I lose my card or forget to bring it to the library?
4. What's my account PIN?
5. How many items can I check out at a time, and for how long?
6. Can I renew items online?
7. How much are late fees?
8. How can I limit my search for an item in the online catalog?
9. How can I view only the items that are available at Moorpark City Library?
10. How do I request an item?
11. With multiple results from my item search, which record should I choose for my request?
12. How do I submit a Suggestion for Purchase if an item is not available to borrow?
13. Can I use a computer in the library?
14. Does the library have WiFi?
15. Can I print and copy at the library?
16. Can my child use the library alone?
17. Is the information in my account confidential?
18. What should I do if I've lost or damaged a library item?
19. What is OverDrive?
20. What is the Summer Reading Club?