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More than 400 students will be sued today for allegedly using Internet2 for music and movie piracy, according to two leading entertainment trade groups.
The super-fast "Internet2" network that connects universities for research and learning is also reportedly popular among college students who download pirated music and movies: Entertainment groups said April 12 they intend to sue hundreds of students suspected of illegally distributing copyrighted songs and films across college campuses using the private research network, which boasts speeds hundreds of times faster than the public internet.
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