Louisiana Statutes: http://legis.state.la.us/lss/tsrssearch.htm
State Library Association: Louisiana Library Association
Security Breach Notification Law : La. Rev. Stat. § 51:3071 et seq.
Data Disposal Law: NA
Library Records Privacy:
LOUISIANA STATUTES LOUISIANA REVISED STATUTES TITLE 44. PUBLIC RECORDS AND RECORDERSCHAPTER 1. PUBLIC RECORDS PART I. SCOPE
La. R.S. 44:13
§ 13 Registration records and other records of use maintained by libraries
A. Notwithstanding any provisions of this Chapter or any other law to the contrary, records of any library which is in whole or in part supported by public funds, including the records of public, academic, school, and special libraries, and the State Library of Louisiana, indicating which of its documents or other materials, regardless of format, have been loaned to or used by an identifiable individual or group of individuals may not be disclosed except to a parent or custodian of a minor child seeking access to that child’s records, to persons acting within the scope of their duties in the administration of the library, to persons authorized in writing by the individual or group of individuals to inspect such records, or by order of a court of law.
B. Notwithstanding any provisions of this Chapter or any other law to the contrary, records of any such library which are maintained for purposes of registration or for determining eligibility for the use of library services may not be disclosed except as provided in Subsection A of this Section.
C. No provision of this Section shall be so construed as to prohibit or hinder any library or any business office operating jointly with a library from collecting overdue books, documents, films, or other items and/or materials owned or otherwise belonging to such library, nor shall any provision of this Section be so construed as to prohibit or hinder any such library or business office from collecting fines on such overdue books, documents, films, or other items and/or materials.
D. No provision of this section shall be so construed as to prohibit or hinder any library or librarian from providing information to appropriate law enforcement officers investigating criminal activity in the library witnessed by an employee or patron of the library and reported by the administrative librarian to the appropriate law enforcement officials.
(1) The term "criminal activity in the library", as used in this subsection, shall mean an activity which constitutes a crime, or otherwise constitutes an offense or violation of any law or ordinance, occurring:
(A) within any library building,
(B) upon any library property, OR
(C) near a library and the proximity of such activity to a library or library property constitutes an element of the offense.
(2) The term "information", as used in this subsection shall include but not be limited to electronic data files, security surveillance video tapes, or other records or materials which may constitute evidence which would assist law enforcement officers in identifying the individual or group of individuals who may have committed criminal activity in the library.