Introduction: The Anonymous Web and Libraries; 1. History of the Internet and Introduction to the Anonymous Web; 2. What is the Anonymous Web?; 3. History of Internet Privacy and Libraries; 4. Tor Around the World; 5. Integrating the Anonymous Web in Libraries and Information Organizations; 6. Anonymous Web Education; 7. A Role for Library and Information Science Researchers in Anonymous Web Research; 8. Case Examples of Anonymous Web Adoption in Information Organizations; 9. Conclusion: What Have We Learned? What Can We Do?; Major Websites on the Anonymous Web; The Big Glossary of the Anonymous Web and Related Topics
Brady D. Lund is a PhD candidate at Emporia State University’s School of Library and Information Management (Emporia, KS, USA), where he also earned his Master of Library Science degree. His research focuses on scholarly communications, information technology in libraries, information and data ethics, and data science.
Matthew A. Beckstrom has been with the Lewis & Clark Library in Helena Montana since 1999 as the Systems Manager/Librarian. He received his undergraduate degree in computer science from Montana State University Billings in 2010, and graduated with his Masters of Information Science in Information Systems degree, with two graduate academic certificates from the University of North Texas in 2012. He is currently on the Montana Library Association board as the chapter councilor for the American Library Association, is the chair of the Montana Intellectual Freedom Committee, and serves on the American Library Association Council.