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dents of the identified schools. Sherman
said he hopes that these messages and
cautionary announcements from the
university heads will stifle the growth
of Internet file-sharing. He implied
that the copyright infringements that
are not currently being pursued may
be dropped if users cease download-
ing files. "Chances are we will not take
further action against these particular
infringements, but we're reserving the
right to do so. In any event, we will
certainly take action against future
infringements," Sherman said.
According to Sherman, the lawsuits
are warranted. "We chose targets based
on the egregiousness of the infringe-
ment. There was one user who was offer-
ing 13,600 MP3 files ... similarly, where
we had a large number of infringements
at a school, the students at that school
were more likely to be targeted."
The indicted offenders are faced with
a possible penalty of at least $750 per
file. For frequent downloaders, this
charge would cost a substantial amount
of money. But Sherman also said most
of these violations are settled for a much
smaller amount, "on average in the
$3,500 to 4,500 range."
For now, the only solution the RIAA
deems possible - aside from these
lawsuits - is a contract between legal
downloading sites and universities.
"So far, 44 schools have done deals
with legitimate online music services
so they can offer their students a legal
way to get music. Some students have
complained that their tuition or student
fees shouldn't be used for music. Yet
virtually every school provides cable
TV service in their dorms," Sherman
University spokeswoman Julie Peter-
son could not be reached for comment.
The RIAA is not against online music
distribution, Sherman added: "I think
digital distribution of music is just
beginning, and it's going to get a whole
lot larger than it is right now ... but I
think users are going to really gravitate
toward subscription services as they
learn more about them."
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tative Melton Lee said that while classes about affirma-
tive action are important, they should present a more
"I definitely think courses on affirmative action
need to be taught here, since Michigan is at the center
of the debate, but I don't see the educational value in a
course that's openly biased," said Lee, an LSA junior.
"I think it's highly unethical for Cohen to use his
faculty position and University resources to further his
political agenda," he added.
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him. He wasn't cursing. He wasn't even scream-
Police said the marijuana that was found had
a higher potency than most marijuana because
instead of being grown in soil, it was grown in
a nutrient solution. Some also came from Can-
ada. The powerful drug commanded a steeper
price on the street - $3,000 to $4,000 a pound
compared to the usual $700 to $1,000, the Ann
Arbor News reported.
LSA senior Evan Major said he agreed that the class
should present both sides of the issue and said he hoped
the class did not turn into a pedestal for Cohen's posi-
"(Cohen) is a very outspoken individual on one side
of that issue, and if he's doing it in the classroom, I'd be
not so thrilled with the University for letting that hap-
pen," Major said.
Rackham student Kate Stenvig, who has run for
MSA president under the Defend Affirmative Action
Party three times over the past three years, said she
could not see the class opening up any debate or pro-
viding any educational value.
"I think there needs to be more debate on the cam-
pus about affirmative action, but this class taught by
Carl Cohen does not encourage that debate," Stenvig
said. "I can't even imagine what would be talked about
in the class aside from abstract statistics that he's going
to obsess over that are not in any way related to why
affirmative action exists."
The course is worth one credit and will last for five
weeks. Cohen said he would also invite the attorneys
from the cases and University administrators.
"If I could get President Coleman on the debat-
ing podium, I would love to do it, but I doubt that she
would meet me," Cohen said.
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