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RIAA Asks for Help

Posted by: , 01:53 AEST, Wed September 5, 2007

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The RIAA is asking universities to tighten down their internet policy and dish out more severe consequences for users who break it
The University of Kansas has a policy that students would be kicked off the campus network permanently the first time they were caught using file-sharing software.

Other colleges are automatically signing students up for legit download services like Ruckus and Rhapsody in hopes of deterring students from breaking the law.

But these efforts are not satisfying the RIAA.


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