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Administrators Limit Student Site's Content

EFF IN THE NEWS
July 18, 2007

Less than a week after this month's launch of CrimsonConnect.com, a student-driven portal created as an alternative to the University's my.harvard.edu Web site, the project's leader received an e-mail from Harvard administrators requesting that PIN-protected content be removed from the portal...

"I will say that in general, factual information is not something the University can restrict as a copyright thing," said Jason Schultz, a staff attorney who specializes in intellectual property law at the Electronic Frontier Foundation. "From a legal point of getting sued, factual information is one of the solid grounds you can have for republishing."

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