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Re: Downloading music at work
From: Theresa Semmens <theresa.semmens () NDSU EDU>
Date: Wed, 1 Oct 2008 09:23:02 -0500

Correct me if I'm wrong, but the music would be allowable if it is used in a
face-to-face classroom setting for the purpose of education.  Giving the
students a copy of the music might not be appropriate.



Theresa Semmens, CISA
NDSU IT Security Officer
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[mailto:SECURITY () LISTSERV EDUCAUSE EDU] On Behalf Of Winders, Timothy A
Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 2008 9:10 AM
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Subject: Re: [SECURITY] Downloading music at work



From what I understand, the iTunes license allows you to use the downloaded
files on 5 authorized computers.  This is handled through the iTunes store
automatically.  I would say, in this case, there is nothing to worry about.

Now, that part about using it for dance class... I don't know.  There might
be something which prevents this type of use, but, in general, I'd say you
are OK.


On 10/1/08 9:06 AM, "Todd Bossaller" <bossallert () MOVAL EDU> wrote:

I have a faculty member that teaches dance and wants to download iTunes to
an institutional PC to add and rearrange music for their dance class.  (She
uses and iPod)  If the music is purchased on their personal account and then
transferred to a PC that is owned by the institution, is this copyright
infringement?

Has anyone else faced this issue and what did you do?

Thank you,

Todd




Tim Winders | Associate Dean of Information Technology | South Plains
College


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