Stanford’s response to piracy on University networks

Stanford University has received so many notices of copyright infringement by students on it’s network that it has developed a new process for dealing with it:

1st offence – 48 hours to get rid of the material or face disconnection followed by a $100 fine to reconnect

2nd offence – disconnection and bigger fine to reconnect

3rd offence – all network privileges removed, discipline and $1000 fine for reconnection

 This is clearly a success for the move, which I think was started a few months ago by the RIAA, from noticing students directly to noticing the students via the college.

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One Comment on “Stanford’s response to piracy on University networks”

  1. […] fair(y) use tale Let’s turn to our most mentioned educational institution and hotbed of piracy, Stanford, where the School of Law’s Center for Internet and Society links to  this video […]

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