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University threatens to cut off Net access from P2P users

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 15 Sep 2002 14:06

University of Southern California sent out a friendly reminder to its students that if student is caught of using P2P networks or other means in order to distribute or download copyrighted movies or music, their Net access will be cut off.
"We want to alert you to the fact that many of you are risking complete loss of access to the USC computer system and both disciplinary and legal action," wrote USC dean of libraries Jerry Campbell and vice president of student affairs Michael Jackson in the e-mail.

Source: Wired (thanks to anonymous news submitter for the tip)

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