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Monday, March 08, 2004

128.135.100.8 

Greetings,

We have received and confirmed a complaint of copyright infringement against you from an authorized agent acting on behalf of the copyright holder. Additionally, your machine was using a significant amount of bandwidth for the copyrighted infringement, which is also a violation of the Eligibility and Acceptable Use Policy.

Your computer, which was using IP address 128.135.100.8, has been removed from the campus network and your case has been referred to the Dean's Office for disciplinary action. They will contact you shortly and your machine must remain off the network until you have met with them and they have sent us confirmation of the meeting. We cannot help you with this incident until after you have met with the Dean.

Please note that under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, the copyright holder may obtain a subpoena requesting that the University disclose your identity. The University must comply with a valid subpoena, and the copyright holder then may choose to take direct legal action against you.

Take care,

Conor



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