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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 …

Can Anyone Police File Sharing?
August 3, 2007

"Campus file sharing briefly hit prominence in Congress last week as colleges lobbied against a proposed amendment in the Senate to the Higher Education Act reauthorization that would have …

Universities win Senate fight over anti-P2P proposal
July 24, 2007

"Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has withdrawn anti-file sharing legislation that had drawn yowls of protest from universities this week. Reid, without explanation, on Monday nixed his …

Committee Holds Hearing on Inadvertent File Sharing over Peer-to-Peer Networks
July 24, 2007

On Tuesday, July 24, 2007, the Committee held a hearing to examine recent developments regarding inadvertent file sharing over peer-to-peer (P2P) networks, the impact of such sharing on consumers…

Letter Opposing The Illegal File Sharing Amendment to the HEA Sent by the Higher Education Members of the Joint Committee
July 23, 2007

This letter states the higher education community's grave concerns about a proposed amendment to the Higher Education Act developed by the entertainment industry.  This letter describes h…

MPAA: Net neutrality could hurt antipiracy tech
July 20, 2007

"Hollywood hasn't decided what it thinks about the whole "Net neutrality" debate, but it knows one thing: Any rules that would stunt roll-out of the next new whiz-bang filteri…

Treating Downloads Like Drug Deals
June 20, 2007

"The Justice Dept.'s proposal on digital copyright protection puts violators in the same league as terrorists and criminals. It's excessive" …

Universities strike back in battle over illegal downloads
June 20, 2007

With 1.3 billion music files pirated by college students last year, schools are turning to technology to curb the practice. Congress watches with interest. …

The Role of Technology in Reducing Illegal Filesharing: A University Perspective
June 5, 2007

Recently members of the House Science and Technology Committee heard from university officials and a leading technology expert on different methods to reduce illegal filesharing on campus inter…