UCLA and Universal Studios crack down on P2P traffic

UCLA has a software program named Quarantine that revokes Internet access from users the system flags as a copyright violator. Quarantine uses the Automated Copyright Notice System developed by Universal Studios to identify and notify offenders. Given the close proximity of life in a dormitory asset swapping is not uncommon. The computer network is just an an easier method than sneaker net for the exchange of goods. UCLA was an investor in Napster.
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