Big pirate on campus

Tuesday, 5 June 2007, 4:20 PM EST

Citing multiple instances of extensive illicit peer-to-peer file sharing by college students using their universities' computer networks, a Congressional committee has sent a survey to several college presidents surveying them on the veracity of their schools' stances against piracy. Is it a university's job to ensure its students stay within the bounds of copyright law?

At TechNewsWorld.

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