Policies Address Copyright But Campuses Still Slammed

Most colleges and universities roughly two-thirds have adopted polices aimed at stopping the downloading of commercial music and video content from the Internet, according to the results from the 2003 Campus Computing Survey. Yet, while colleges and universities are addressing the issue, students have become an easy target for the media, according to Kenneth C. Green, founding director of The Campus Computing Project.
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