Supreme Court Ruling Hits File Sharing Networks

Monday's U.S. Supreme Court ruling that file sharing networks can be sued for copyright violations is a victory for the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). RIAA is suing college students for running illegal P2P sharing apps on campus networks, and sent warning letters to university presidents.

From our online archives: See what Penn State President Graham Spanier said in our C2 eLetter about campus "Piracy"; reaction from Diane Barbour, CIO, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY) "Unintended Consequences of Technology in C2; IT Trends columnist Terry Calhoun's previous analysis.

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