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The RIAA and Ithaca College

Contributed by Beth Rugg on 03/30/07 

7pm, Tuesday, April 3rd, Textor 101

Please join us for a town meeting discussion and information session regarding the recent RIAA activity that targeted Ithaca College students, and the related legal, judicial and technical issues.

Representatives from the offices of Information Technology Services, Judicial Affairs and Legal Affairs will provide a brief presentation followed by a question and answer session.

Presented by: the offices of Information Technology Services, Judicial Affairs, and Legal Affairs.

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The RIAA and Ithaca College Comment from sfriedm2 on 04/02/07
It is absolutely crucial that students attend this meeting! The RIAA has been going around as a corporate bully, attacking students (who besides the fact have very little financial means of complying with the fees they are requesting) and insisting that they pay reparations for copyright infringement. We must go in solidarity and request, REQUIRE that Ithaca College continue to keep its students' identities private, not release them to the RIAA. Everyone who downloads music, everyone who is concerned about Copyright law, everyone who believes that corporations such as the RIAA have become bigger than their britches, go to this meeting and tell ITS, Judicial/Legal affairs that you say NO to the RIAA! Tell them that if they want to educate the student body, the way the RIAA CLAIMS they want, they should begin educating the student body about Copyleft, and Creative Commons Licensing, and finding a new way to derive capitol from LESS RESTRICTIONS on artistic product and Intellectual Property. For more information, visit:,,,, University of Nebraska has taken action on this issue, What the RIAA SAYS they're trying to do, Their statement of what they're doing to college campuses