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In recent months, entertainment companies have hit universities and colleges across the country, including the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with complaints documenting alleged copyright infringement of both movies and music over their networks.

Last February, Universal Studios sent several cease-and-desist notices to the Universirty of Wisconsin- Madison concerning 130 computers on ca......

Full article >>> e Guidelines for Appropriate Use of University IT Resources. One guideline specifies that the university acknowledges that the use of IT resources is a natural part of the day-to-day learning and work of all members of the university community, and incidental personal use is tolerated.
Rust said the school does not want to outlaw file sharing "because some of it is legitimate." For example, s......

Full article >>> by limiting how much of the network that file sharing can consume, the school keeps the system reliable for academic purposes without blocking certain services.

University students living on campus have 60 megabits of network bandwidth available, with packet-shaping technology limiting file-sharing programs to less than 20 megabits. Last year the students on campus had 40 megabits of ban......

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'"/> By Jamie Hofmeister 10/29/03

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