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C.L. Lindsay, a lawyer from Philadelphia and author of “The College Student’s Guide to the Law,” spoke at the University of La Verne about MySpace, Facebook, blogging and the consequences that come along with users sharing too much information about themselves online.
Even though the United States accounts for more than 35 percent of illegal downloading that occurs across the world, the practice may actually be doing the record industry more good than harm, according to a study co-authored by Harvard Business School professor Felix Oberholzer-Gee.
In today’s information age – when anything and everything can be Googled on the Internet – musicians are among those who have encountered both the benefits and challenges of this high tech phenomenon.
The last couple of years, have been marked by a battle between music companies and music lovers.
The average college campus is full of criminals, and so is the University of La Verne.
The use of music sharing software will soon be scarce at the University of La Verne as the Office of Information Technology will be tracking students, staff and faculty who use this software in the ULV system.
In a world where downloading music is as easy as running for Governor of California, the Recording Industry Association of America has turned up the heat on hundreds of file swappers, while tempting the rest with an offer of “amnesty.”
Dear Recording Industry Association of America, I recently read about lawsuits you have levied against four college students who participated in the illegal distribution of recorded music by creating file-sharing services.
Your privacy is at stake when you log on to the University of La Verne network. Through the standard network traffic analyzer, the Office of Information Technology is able to detect the amount of incoming traffic that is being used and where this amount originates.