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July 18, 2007

Despite efforts by the music industry, it says it is losing $2 billion dollars a year to file sharing pirates and many of them are college students doing it through servers provided by universities. Now, the record companies are clamping down on them, as well. It puts U.C. Berkeley, among others, in a tough position of trying to balance privacy while upholding the law...

This did not go over well at the Electronic Frontier Foundation in San Francisco, which defends the rights of cyberspace users.

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