Wired: Florida Dorms Lock Out P2P Users
Oct 06, 2003, 20:30 (20 Talkback[s])
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"The University of Florida has developed a tool to help
extricate the school from the morass of peer-to-peer file trading,
and early results show that it's succeeding.
"Integrated Computer Application for Recognizing User Services,
commonly called Icarus, debuted over the summer on the network that
links all the residence halls on the UF campus.
"The open-source program was developed by campus programmers to
cut off the file sharing going on among students. Housing officials
say the application educates students as it restricts them from