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VERIZON
Continued from Page 1
she uses KaZaA, but said she feels file sharing is often abused.
"I do feel that it does take money away from the music indus-
try because there are people who don't buy the music." She
said she did not support lawsuits against file sharers who vio-
late copyright laws, but felt that file sharing should be elimi-
nated if it became a big problem.
James Hilton, associate provost for academic information
and instructional technology at the University, said he gets
multiple notifications of excessive file sharing from record-
ing industry watchdogs each day and that the court ruling
would change the University's process of addressing the
notifications.
"If (the decision) holds up, it will require us to start releas-
ing information we do not currently release," Hilton said. He
did not know the specific implications of the case, but said the
cost to the University of following up on these notifications
would rise.
"It will raise the costs on our end of processing copyright
infringement complaints." Hilton said costs would increase
because there would be more steps to follow in the case of a
complaint. Hilton said students are in a unique position, and
that this ruling could face complications when applied to the
University setting. "I have no idea how that is going to inter-
sect educational privacy," Hilton said.
Verizon spokesman Bill Kula also expressed concern at
the privacy and due-process implications of the decision.
"This opens the door for anyone who makes allegations of
infringement to gain access to subscriber information with-
out due process." Kula added that this could have a negative
effect on private communication such as email or phone
conversations.
He stressed that Verizon does not endorse illegal file shar-
ing."We are not trying to shield customers who break copy-
right laws."
Litman said the current process for addressing file-sharing
allegations was set out five years ago in the Digital Millenni-
um Copyright Act. This act says that ISPs are not liable for
infringement by subscribers. Kula said the statute also requires
violations to occur on ISP servers, and that traded information
that resides on hard drives cannot be subpoenaed.
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ACLU
Continued from Page 1
The Justice Department's list of 8,000
Arab Americans "is a prime example of
why (racial profiling) isn't effective and
why in this type of program was not
even a mechanism of law enforcement
- it was a show," Saleh said.
But Gross remained skeptical. "It's
hard to say whether this is racial profil-
ing," he said. "I don't think that matters.
It's like rounding up people from Mexi-
co because their country is involved in

drug trafficking."
One audience member, an Arab
Canadian male student who wished
to remain anonymous, said current
international security policies are
humiliating and that he felt like a
"second-class Canadian."
"I really don't understand the purpose
of racial profiling," he said.
ACLU member and event organ-
izer Oliver Olsen called racial pro-
filing "a vital subject," and said the
event was planned "in conjunction
with the MLK symposium."

HOUSING
Continued from Page 1
volunteers," Boot said. "It's hard to
count on consistent quality of tenant
counseling."
"Since the AATU got into tenant
counseling services, it's lagged," Bern-
stein said. "They're better for advocacy."
Until this year, MSA earmarked 5 to
10 percent of its budget for the AATU,
but now hopes the union will work on
publicizing the role of SLS - which
also includes telephone and personal
counseling services and maintaining a
website.
"The AATU has already expressed
interest in helping us put this website
together," Bernstein said. "They also
want to lobby the government with
MSA to push the lease date back from
October to January." The report also
stated changing the lease date will give
students more time to find landlords and
pick housemates - tasks especially
vexing to first-year students who have
learned little about the community or
their peers by the current lease deadline.

"We'd make an ordinance for all rent-
ed housing in Ann Arbor so it could not
be leased before January 1, or four
months prior to the move-in date," Com-
munications Committee Chair Pete Woi-
wode said. "It is our hope that the
administration will be fully behind
us on that."
E. Royster Harper, University vice
president of student affairs, said the
administration is supportive of MSA's
efforts to improve housing.
"Before the holiday break, Sarah,
Joe, (Director of Community Rela-
tions Jim Kosteva) and I met with
the mayor to identify several issues
that required work," Harper said.
"In every case, the University's role
has been collaborative to work with
students in identifying issues and
strategies for resolution."
The final piece of MSA's housing'
overhaul is the Advisory Committee to
Student Legal Services, which will
"consult with and provide advice to SLS
on the provision of legal services to stu-
dents," the report stated.

PASSWORDS
Continued from Page 1.
the outside chance that "somebody's doing some-
thing and they have not left a trail we can see, and
so we are erring on the side of being conservative
and letting people know they should change their
password."
The last break-in Sweet said she remembers
occurred five years ago, when someone installed
software on computers in several sites that captured
keystrokes.
"In that case, before we contacted people we
actually changed all the passwords because it was a
more targeted attack," she said.
But this time the machines were apparently used
for activities like sending spam and running servers
that allowed unauthorized access to copywrited
materials. "The intent, as far as we can tell, was not
to gather password and account information, so we
really feel very comfortable that passwords have
not been stolen," Sweet added.
Students who did not change their passwords
upon receiving Wednesday's notice will receive
another email and their passwords will be changed
by ITCS if they have not taken action by Feb. 3.
"It's purely precautionary - identity theft is on
CRIMES
Continued from Page 1
more lights."
But Bosco said she does not believe any area of
campus is more or less dangerous than the sur-
rounding areas. "I lived in the dorm last year in
Bursley, and we had peeping toms and other inci-
dents all the way out on North Campus," she said.
"Assaults are nothing new but definitely some-
thing to be aware of."
Seyfried said there are several thingsstu-
dents can do to ensure their safety while
walking at night.
"It's disconcerting to me when I'm out on the

the rise and we just want to rake absolutely sure
that our community is protected and so if there's
any chance that their passwords have been compro-
mised, we're going to take pretty conservative
measures to protect them," Sweet said.
Passwords, which are associated with unique-
names, allow members of the campus community
access to their Institutional File System space and
email. They also give students access to enrollment
and scheduling options as well as their financial aid
information.
Kinesiology sophomore Nick Gonzales said if
his password was stolen, he would be most worried
about someone dropping his classes or changing
his scholarship status, but added he wasn't overly
concerned when he received the e-mail from ITCS
yesterday. "I don't think it was a huge deal, I think
they found out about it soon enough to minimize
the effects," he said.
University alum David Whipp, who works for
Campus Computing Sites, said he changed his
password last night but keeps typing in the old one.
"I'm frustrated because every time I go to log
into something now I type my old password out of
habit," he said. "My old one didn't have any senti-
mental value, it's just something I'd grown used to
typing over and over."
street at night how many women are out by them-
selves," he said. "It's best to travel in numbers late
at night and to stay off cell phones. You're not
paying attention to your surroundings when you
are talking on the phone."
Though the victim said she realizes now how
dangerous it is for women to walk home alone,
she said it's hard to avoid doing so in Ann Arbor
and especially in the area she lives.
"There are a lot of times when you are walking
by yourself and you don't really think about being
attacked, but it can happen," she said. "I have to
walk alone almost every night. We park our cars
on the street ... I know a lot of students who have
to park away from their houses."

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