File-swapping among students

2nd May 2003 at 01:00
File-swapping among students is an everyday thing. But a twitchy record industry is starting to check out educational institutions in the States. A report on PC reveals that the Recording Industry Association of America has sued four university students who allegedly ran file-sharing networks from their school computers. Network managers beware.


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