Thursday, September 22, 2005
More college students can comply with the law and download music legally while they are on campus, according to a report submitted to Congress yesterday. The Joint Committee of the Higher Education and Entertainment Communities, formed in 2002, told Congress in its report that nearly a million students now have access to legal methods of downloading across the nation. Universities and colleges can offer such services to students, who then have the choice of signing up. Whether they actually continue to do so in large numbers remains to be seen, of course. Read more in a story by Brooks Boliek here.