That is, if you can swiftly remove information about presumably "innocent" customers quickly enough.
Here's a prelude to next week's library warnings. The Capital Timesquotes Barbara Dimick, director of the Madison Public Library. She says: "We want to be able to tell people who use the library that records are confidential, and they can use materials without fear of intimidation. That's being usurped now by federal agents. . . . We're all real jittery about it."
Where are the newspaper editorials and reports on television and radio about this beheading of the First Amendment right to read?