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College Access and Opportunity Act of 2005

Location: Washington, DC

COLLEGE ACCESS AND OPPORTUNITY ACT OF 2005 -- (House of Representatives - March 30, 2006)


Mr. GOODLATTE. Mr. Chairman, I too want to congratulate you for the hard work that you have put into this legislation and thank you for that.

I know that you agree that peer to peer piracy is a serious challenge on college and university campuses. This activity is not only theft but also exposes college and university information technology infrastructures to security risks from spyware. There is bipartisan agreement that these institutions should have effective policies and punishments in place to deter this illegal activity, and I am asking if you would commit to working with me to combat peer to peer piracy on college and university campuses.



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