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RIAA win: Tennessee to police campus networks
November 18, 2008

Tennessee has agreed to filter computer networks for unauthorized music downloads at the state's colleges and universities. Tennessee has a…

October 16 - 17, 2013

OpenDNS provides cloud-delivered Internet security, protecting distributed networks, Wi-Fi Hotspots, and on- and off-network employees from malware and inappropriate content through Umbrella. With …

Mounting Peer-to-Peer Pressure for Comcast
November 19, 2007

"Comcast's traffic-filtering efforts are the subject of FCC complaints and a lawsuit. At issue: ISPs right to control the flow of data over their networks" …

MPAA University 'Toolkit' Raises Privacy Concerns
November 23, 2007

"The Motion Picture of Association of America is urging some of the nation's largest universities to deploy custom software designed to pinpoint students who may be using the schools�…

Ma Bell, The Web's New Gatekeeper
November 12, 2007

"About a month ago, Google caused barely a ripple when it unveiled technology to filter out copyright violations on its YouTube video Web site. After all, YouTube had been under constant fir…

Workshop on Requirements for Technological Control of Illegal File Sharing on College and University Networks
October 3, 2007

This is the report from a technology workshop held under the direction of the Joint Committee of the Higher Education and Entertainment Communities.  The workshop, held April 19-20, 2007, was…

Deep packet inspection meets 'Net neutrality, CALEA
July 25, 2007

"Imagine a device that sits inline in a major ISP's network and can throttle P2P traffic at differing levels depending on the time of day. Imagine a device that allows one user access o…

Can Anyone Police File Sharing?
August 3, 2007

"Campus file sharing briefly hit prominence in Congress last week as colleges lobbied against a proposed amendment in the Senate to the Higher Education Act reauthorization that would have …

MPAA: Net neutrality could hurt antipiracy tech
July 20, 2007

"Hollywood hasn't decided what it thinks about the whole "Net neutrality" debate, but it knows one thing: Any rules that would stunt roll-out of the next new whiz-bang filteri…

Everything I need to know I learned from Humphrey Bogart
November 4, 2008

Hat-tip to Jim Burger of Dow-Lohnes for this good news from Brussels: In June, 2007, the Belgian society of authors, composers, and publishers, known as SABAM, convinced a court in Bru…