Tennessee has agreed to filter computer networks for unauthorized music downloads at the state's colleges and universities.
Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen signed into law a bill designed to thwart music piracy at the state's campuses, the Recording Industry Association of America said on its Web site.
The bill requires Tennessee public and private schools exercise "appropriate means" to ensure that campus computer networks aren't being used to download copyright material via peer-to-peer file-sharing programs, the RIAA said.
"Upon a proper analysis of the network," the RIAA continued, "those institutions are required to … Read more