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Submission + - Online piracy could be costly for colleges (skunkpost.com)

crimeandpunishment writes: The government is making colleges and universities join in the fight against digital piracy by threatening to pull federal funding. Beginning this month, a provision of the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 requires colleges to have plans to combat unauthorized distribution of copyrighted materials on their network. Colleges that don't do enough could lose their eligibility for federal student aid.
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