File-Sharing Students are WarnedAdded: Thursday, May 27th, 2010
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The Audible Magic Corporation has introduced its new service aimed at leveraging the teachable effect, which is supposed to be elevated in case a student is exchanging copyrighted content illegally by immediately warning him about detecting his actions.
One can’t be sure that every college student would be willing to hassle with the troubles caused by file-sharing inside a campus network nowadays. However, Audible Magic has got a new service for those who prefer to beware.
Recently the company announced the expansion of its CopySense family of peer-to-peer compliance as well as educational solutions with a new product which is particularly targeted at educational institutions like community colleges or any others having smaller networks and narrow budgets for information technologies.
The way the CopySense Express service works is that it traces unauthorized file-exchanging of copyrighted content at the same very moment when it happens and instantly warns the student about registering the illegal use of the network, thus leveraging the teachable effect.
The Audible Magic Corporation offers CopySense Express at a low price in order to comply with the 2008 HEOA (Higher Education Opportunity Act) demanding educational institutions such as universities and colleges to tackle unauthorized file-sharing on campus.
The founder and CEO of the Audible Magic Corporation Vance Ikezoye said that yet the compliance with the Act is obligatory for universities and colleges by July this year, limited budgets for many of those institutions have considerably narrowed their ability to afford new compliance kits. The price is now a key feature for them, so the company’s new CopySense Express service offers a cheaper alternative for complying with HEOA, upon which educational institutions can build as the budgets expand.
The Audible Magic Corporation declares this service to be developed specifically for universities and colleges having network bandwidths up to 50mbps. They also inform that their “plug and play” application can be up and working in less than half an hour in most cases.
Still, one can be sure that when being constantly greeted with an immediate warning, the student would move his file-sharing to any other network, and probably there will be majority of students coming to this decision.
May 27th, 2010Posted by:
Thursday, May 27th, 2010
|posted by (2010-05-27 16:58:34)|
|Great article as always Sam, Thankyou. They know as well as we do that students will go elsewhere. It's just a getout for the campus's to show they've taken some preventative action. They'll never stop us. Audible Magic Corporation know it too, but everyone's entitled to make a few bucks.|
|So lets get this straight; this company charges for this service so the universities student can be monitored 24/7 for "copyright" violations? Have I got this straight? Did I miss something?|
The MPAA is stating you have to pay us to monitor YOUR network for "copyright" violations and when we detect it; we will warn the violator and if the violator dosen't stop what?
The MPAA sues the university and "violator"; isn't that kind shooting yourself in the head for the universities?
Most likely this service is using name reconition as its way if ID "violators"? Lte it might look for the words "Hurt Locker"...Hmmm
All that is going to do is have the "violators" just compress to "file" rar or what ever and re name it..
Yet this is a great idea NOT....
|posted by (2010-05-28 12:54:30)|
|2 WORDS |
|lol. I thought they wil bring something new. But its the old shity action.|
You just have to take some precautions and you are done. :)
like compress the file, find the ways to tres past the software, use anti p2p monitoring software, use your own vpn, lol and list goes on.
As long as it is asked about me. I am not going elsewhere. I just like to do shit under their nose.
I wil probably do play the internal file naming of the file by which the files are detected. :)
Hell you would think with the costs of tuition they could get a break. How many are deprived the chance at a full education without having to work 2 jobs to pay for the classes.
Ok 1 less kegger party a month to pay for a new provider
|lol, just encrypt the traffic and tunnel outside the network using either SSHv2 tunnel or a VPN. problem solved.||
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