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Technology law students band together to defend potential CRIA piracy targets

News | 02/06/2004 5:00 am EST

A call has gone out to university law students across the country to aid those who find themselves on the wrong end of a music-piracy suit. In January, University of Ottawa student Andy Kaplan-Myrth and a counterpart at the University of Windsor, Telly Lebedev, posted a new web site, CanFLI.org, for a new ad hoc group, the Canadian File-sharing Legal Information Network (CanFLI), devoted to information about the legalities surrounding music sharing.

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