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Ohio U. Plays Host to a Forum on File Swapping
October 30, 2007

"Earlier this year, Ohio University finished atop the recording industry’s infamous list of institutions receiving the most copyright-infringement notices. But these days the univ…

Comcast Blockage of BitTorrent 101
October 23, 2007

"According to an Oct. 19 article by the Associated Press, Comcast has been actively degrading and blocking BitTorrent traffic, amounting to "the most drastic example yet of data discri…

Comcast Blocks Some Internet Traffic
October 19, 2007

Comcast has been blocking the sharing of certain files on their users network as a means of managing its network to keep file-sharing traffic from swallowing too much bandwidth and affecting the…

Are universities protecting students from the RIAA?
October 18, 2007

The author suggests that schools may be purposely not retaining IP logging data on students to protect them from copyright infringement lawsuits. …

George Washington Univ. students next to feel RIAA's wrath
October 16, 2007

"Nineteen students at George Washington University are about to become the next targets of the recording industry's wrath." "…

Chief Information Officers Speak Out
October 12, 2007

Five experienced CIOs discuss security, staffing, and how they respond to changing technology on campus. Five experienced CIOs discuss security, …

A Controversial Antipiracy Measure Re-emerges
October 8, 2007

After the most recent republican supported HEA proposal, intended to combat music and movie piracy on campus computer networks, the primary backers members of the Motion Picture Association of Am…

Pre-Litigation Letters Put Colleges Between a Rock and a Hard Place
October 5, 2007

"This week The Badger Herald, the University of Wisconsin at Madison’s student newspaper, profiles “Elizabeth,” one of the growing number of college students who h…

Students for Free Culture
October 10, 2007

FreeCulture.org is an international chapter-based student organization that promotes the public interest in intellectual property and information & communications technology policy. …

RIAA trial verdict is in: jury finds Thomas liable for infringement
October 4, 2007

"After just four hours of deliberation and two days of testimony, a jury found that Jammie Thomas was liable for infringing the record labels' copyrights on all 24 the 24 recordings at …

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