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 Apr 16, 2007 - 11:00 AM - by Michael
* NC State vs RIAA

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North Carolina students are urged by their newspaper to get help from the institution to fight RIAA lawsuits.

This comes shortly after the administration made the offer:

But Pam Gerace, the director of Student Legal Services at the University, is fighting the lawsuits for her student clients. She advises that the students should remain anonymous.

"The RIAA actually said they might have use for the names in the future," Gerace said,

She added that this could prove dangerous for the students, as the RIAA could pursue other legal actions or give the names to record companies.

 

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