A growing number of colleges and universities across the country are introducing services that enable their students to download music and movie files over their high-speed computer networks legally. School leaders look at these services as a "win-win-win" situation: Students can access their favorite media in digital format, schools can use these services as a recruiting tool, and the entertainment industry--which has funded many of these projects--can shape the habits of future customers.

College junior Kyle Taylor is downloading hundreds of songs by No Doubt, Bruce Springsteen, and others onto the Compaq laptop in his


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