Taming the P2P Controversy: Strategies, Insights, and Realities

Thursday, October 20 | 5:55PM–7:10PM | Exhibit Hall WB1, Table 37
Session Type: Professional Development
The problem of unauthorized peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing continues to receive controversial attention in colleges and universities, the entertainment industry, government, and media. The presenters will share a case study and discuss the broader implications of P2P in shaping digital policy on campus, including privacy, ethics, and academic culture.

Presenters

  • Lisa Brown

    Assistant Director, University Information Technology, University of Rochester
  • Kim Milford

    Executive Director, REN-ISAC, Indiana University
  • Mely Tynan

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