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Can the FCC stop the RIAA?

KevMar (471257) writes | more than 6 years ago

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With the RIAA pushing its political powers to force colleges to stop student access to P2P services, isn't it time to get the FCC involved. The FCC has already made a big deal about ISP's blocking the trafic. Why dont they protect college networks the same way. I sugest we send an email to fccinfo@fcc.gov and explain to them whats going on and ask them for help.

With the RIAA pushing its political powers to force colleges to stop student access to P2P services, isn't it time to get the FCC involved. The FCC has already made a big deal about ISP's blocking the trafic. Why dont they protect college networks the same way. I sugest we send an email to fccinfo@fcc.gov and explain to them whats going on and ask them for help.

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