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Reply Comments to the FCC on Broadband Industry Practices (Docket 07-52) July 16, 2007
July 16, 2007

This document is a reply to a comment filed by NBC Universal requesting that the FCC require that broadband providers “use readily available means to prevent the use of their broadband networks…

Music biz's future rests on key changes
September 19, 2007

"When it comes to file sharing and illegal downloads, it's the big music labels that complain the loudest about being ripped off. Bob Moon reports on some ideas that might help the reco…

Free? Illegal? ... What's the difference?
September 18, 2007

"Free doesn't always mean legal when you're downloading music. And critics say the recording industry's muddying the waters its spent years in court trying to clear up." …

No pause in music industry's tough play
September 17, 2007

"The recording industry has gotten serious about illegal file sharing. In the last four years it has filed thousands of lawsuits. But, as Bob Moon reports in a special series, even those tar…

Why File Sharing Networks Are Dangerous
September 10, 2007

In this paper the authors analyze P2P security issues, establishing vulnerabilities that software clients represent. The authors go on to present experimental evidence of the risk through honeyp…

E08 Podcast: Digging Deep with P2P: Understanding Students' Media Habits
November 19, 2008

This thirteen-minute podcast features a panel update recorded at the EDUCAUSE 2008 Annual Conference. The panel discussion is entitled, " Digging Deep with P2P: Understanding Students'…

RIAA v. The People: Four Years Later
August 29, 2007

In this report the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) provides a comprehensive look at the four-year litigation campaign waged by the RIAA against music fans. The report traces the RIAA campaig…

An Oldie from Nashville
November 18, 2008

A number of people wrote to me yesterday about this newsflash from Inside Higher Education: Tennessee's New File Sharing Law Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen last week signed leg…

Lawmaker Proposes Piracy Warning
August 28, 2007

"A leading lawmaker will propose federal legislation requiring telcos and cable operators to send Internet subscribers a warning letter if they access pirated content. " …

CU-Boulder Procedures on File Sharing
March 24, 2014

This CU-Boulder procedures on copyright violations describes their “three strikes” process of dealing with students who violate policy. This …

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