Sharing a favorite new song with a friend is no longer just about the music. For many college students, it can be the beginning of a crash course in IP and privacy laws.

A provision in a federal bill introduced in the House earlier this month addresses the issues of illegal media downloading and distribution that industry officials contend cost the economy millions of dollars and thousands of American jobs each year. (Click here for the full text of the bill.)

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