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FILE-SHARING
Continued from Page 1
ing freshman Sue Shokoohi, use pro-
grams like Kazaa in order to save
money on CD's. Because she often
deletes her songs, keeping the total
number of files down to around 20,
Shokoohi is only "kind of worried"
about being contacted for copyright
violation.
The RIAA, -in the past, has suc-
cessfully reached settlements in the
past with individuals in violation of
copyrights. Settlements, paid by
those accused, can range from
$1,000 to $17,000. They focused on
college campuses, which tend to be
the bedrock for online file-swap-
ping.
There are "no imm'ediate plans"
to institute formal and absolute

restrictions on Internet traffic at this
time, Peterson said. Restricting
Internet traffic could adversely
affect "legitimate research and
scholarly activity."
Though the University has received
complaints of copyright infringement
before, these have not usually per-
tained to file-sharing.
These incidents were usually set-
tled between the University, the stu-
dent and, if necessary, the aggrieved
party. Bernard said there have been
virtually no problems in the past
with student compliance in these
areas.
Peterson and Bernard advised
students to consult the educational
resources provided by the Universi-
ty -including websites, symposia
and lectures. RIAA could possibly
come to campus to speak about file-
sharing.

CRIME
Continued from Page 1.
DPS spokeswoman Diane Brown also said releasing too
much information could be detrimental to the case.
"If the wrong thing is said, it can jeopardize the whole
investigation," Brown said.
They are also looking into the possibility that the equip-
ment was stolen in order to be re-sold illegally.
"In the past, the people who have perpetrated from
the University, stolen from others, and been caught
have been reselling the equipment. They tend to be
habitual thieves," Brown said.
"It's more equipment than one person would have use for,"
Neumann said.
Since last March, more than 25 LCD projectors have
been taken from the University, resulting in more than
$130,000 worth of damage.
DPS encourages that any person with information
contact them via the main dispatch number, (734) 763-
1131. They also offer a confidential tip line for anony-
mous callers at 1-800-863-1355.

GEPHARDT
Continued from Page 1
Gephardt did not make it clear yesterday if he
would endorse a candidate before the Democratic
National Convention in July.
"My sense is it's all very fluid right now. I think
people will pause before they jump on another
campaign," said former U.S. Rep. David Bonior,
who chaired Gephardt's campaign in Michigan.
Gephardt supporters are also unsure about
which candidate they might eventually support.
Edwards gained momentum when the Des
Moines Register, Iowa's largest paper, endorsed
him last week. The senator also benefited from a
last minute deal with Rep. Dennis Kucinich's cam-
paign. In precincts where Kucinich supporters did
not comprise 15 percent of voters present, they
backed Edwards.
"Kerry and Edwards, they really plugged
along. They kept beautiful, positive messages,"
said Gerhardt Yaskow, residential developer from

Buffalo, New York. After Gephardt's exit,
Yaskow, a Gephardt supporter, said, "It's a no-
brainer, we're going to go to Edwards."
DiMartino said he was not surprised by Mon-
day's results.
"We knew that momentum was building for
weeks," he said. "We had a very aggressive out-
reach campaign for Iowa veterans. There are a lot
in Iowa. They were a critical component for our
victory in Iowa."
Kerry, a Vietnam veteran, is mounting similar
veteran outreach programs across the country.
Monday's surprise victory could help him with
the rapidly approaching primaries.
"As far as the electoral math, (Iowa) may not
be very significant, but it shifts the focus to
Kerry," DiMartino said. "You have to do well
early to stay viable later on." He added that
Kerry raised $300,000 within 24 hours after
the victory.
Kerry is planning an enormous campaign
leading up to the Michigan caucuses, which
will be held Feb. 7.

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