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Should ISPs Pay for Music?
January 1, 2005

A scheme that would shift the cost of digital music from users to Internet service providers is gaining international support. A scheme that would shif…

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…

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…

EU Plans Online Copyright Licence
January 1, 2005

Creators of online music services such as composers, lyricists and performers would be able to secure a single pan-European copyright licence for the first time under proposals tabled yesterday by …

When Push Comes to Shove: A Hype-Free Guide to Evaluating Technical Solutions to Copyright Infringement on Campus Networks
January 1, 2005

With entertainment companies now suing thousands of college students for using the high-speed Internet2 network for filesharing, universities are under more pressure than ever to address the proble…

The Customer Is Always Wrong: A User's Guide to DRM in Online Music
January 1, 2005

This guide "translates" the marketing messages by the major services, giving you the real deal rather than spin. Understanding how DRM and the DMCA pose a danger to your rights will help …

iPods and Academia: The Duke First-Year Experience
January 1, 2005

In August 2004, Duke distributed 20GB Apple iPod devices to each first-year student. Titled the Duke First-Year Experience, the iPod initiative was intended to stimulate creative uses of digital …

Comparison of Experiences with Two Innovative Media Programs
October 22, 2004 | A session at the EDUCAUSE 2004 Annual Conference

Yale and Penn State have both pioneered the use of legal alternatives to the distribution of copyrighted media. In January 2004, both initiated commercial services that differ in many ways. This pr…