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Illegal File Sharing 101
November 17, 2008

© 2008 Kent Wada. The text of this article is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 license ( http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ ). …

Illegal P2P at Illinois State: On the Road to Good Digital Citizenship
March 13, 2007 | A session at the EDUCAUSE Midwest Regional Conference 2007

Illinois State University has embarked on a multifaceted comparative study of what works and what doesn't regarding P2P, media, and copyright on campus including RIAA and MPAA involvement. Hea…

Implementing an Enterprise Streaming Media System
January 15, 2010 | A session at the EDUCAUSE Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference 2010

In spring 2009, Penn College rolled out a new enterprise streaming media system, with the intent of eventually replacing physical media on campus. This presentation will offer a step-by-step analys…

Intermediaries May Not Be Exempt in Copyright Infringement Cases
July 18, 2012

A recent New York Times article highlighted the case of the British student, Richard O’Dwyer, who is the subject of an extradition order to the U.S. on criminal copyright infringement c…

Internet Policy Task Force Looking to Alter Notice and Takedown Procedures
April 28, 2014

On Thursday, March 20 , technology companies and copyright holders met to discuss the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and the notice and takedown process used by copyright holders to p…

IT Legislation: How It Impacts Higher Education and Why You Should Care
January 1, 2004

Recent state and federal legislation has greatly impacted IT security in higher education. This legislation is often targeted for other industries, such as HIPAA for health insurance and Gramm-Leac…

Lawmaker Revs Up Fair-Use Crusade
January 1, 2005

This article details an interview with Rick Boucher, a Democrat representing the rural 9th District of Virginia, who has introduced a bill to restore some of the fair-use rights taken away by the D…

Letter to All Students Regarding Recording Industry Association of America "Settlement Letters" and "Preservation Notices"
January 1, 2007

This is the text of a letter sent to all Cornell University students in the wake of the RIAA sending campus Internet Service Providers (ISP) "settlement letters". The letter discusses the…

Making Soup Without Liquid: Legal, Ethical, and Social Issues Affecting Technology Decisions in Higher Education
January 1, 2001

John Oliver, a San Diego-based systems administrator, recently remarked that "any technical endeavor that ignores social aspects is doomed to failure. It's like making soup without liquid…

Massive Open Online Courses: Legal and Policy Issues for Research Libraries
October 22, 2012

Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) raise significant legal and policy questions for research libraries, which are often asked to support the development of MOOC courses. These questions involve …