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Copyright Infringement from the Inside: Student Perspectives on Music Piracy
October 11, 2006 | A session at the EDUCAUSE 2006 Annual Conference

Interviews with 42 university undergraduates offer insight into anti-piracy efforts and why they may be failing. Education efforts are seen as phony and unconvincing, lawsuits as unlikely, and even…

"Sharing and Fairness: Rights and Responsibilities"
January 11, 2006

This is the podcast of the second general session of EDUCAUSE's 2006 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference. This session was recorded on Wednesday, January 11, 2006. The session featured panelist…

Memo to Music Industry: Fans Say Cut Prices, Make Better Music
January 1, 2006

"While one-quarter of the nation's music fans say they've downloaded songs onto their computers -- legally or otherwise -- a new nationwide poll suggests music executives should look…

Hollywood vs. Your PC: Round 2
January 1, 2006

"Legal options in digital entertainment are growing. But they come with restrictions that can hobble your ability to enjoy the content you've paid for--and even threaten your control over…

Taming the P2P Controversy: Strategies, Insights, and Realities
October 20, 2005 | A session at the EDUCAUSE 2005 Annual Conference

The problem of unauthorized peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing continues to receive controversial attention in colleges and universities, the entertainment industry, government, and media. The present…

Can't Stop the Music: Dealing with File Sharing on Campus
January 1, 2005

With P2P use continuing to grow even in the face of more than 11,000 RIAA and MPAA lawsuits—so far!—and with Internet2 making it even more tempting, the issue of music file sharing remains at…

Downloading Service Offered by University Failing to Entice Students
January 1, 2005

Students explore peer-to-peer file sharing through different avenues. Students explore peer-to-peer file sharing through different avenues. …

Computer–aided Music Distribution: The Future of Selection, Retrieval and Transmission
January 1, 2005

The Internet has made music more widely available and increased the convenience with which we can listen to music. We increasingly recognize that recorded music can take the form of digital files. …

Students Refuse to Buy a Single Song from Napster
January 1, 2005

The University of Rochester is one of the Napsterized schools that provide music rental services on students in the hopes of curbing P2P file-trading. Using the results of a 2004 university survey …

Downloading 'Myths' Challenged
January 1, 2005

People who illegally share music files online are also big spenders on legal music downloads, research suggests. People who illegally share music files…