BAYU has been of interest to both local and national media, as it addresses P2P file-sharing, an issue all universities face. The articles express a variety of opinions and viewpoints.
"RIAA Drops Lawsuits but Keeps the 'Takedown' Notices Coming"
Sara Lipka, The Chronicle of Higher Education
"Northwestern Fighting Campus P2P with... E-mail?"
Nate Anderson, Ars Technica
"Colleges Send Polite E-Mail Messages to Students Trading Files Online"
Jeffrey R. Young, The Chronicle of Higher Education
"Want to Download? Take the Quiz"
Andy Guess, Inside Higher Education
Bill aims to cut down campus piracy
Julie Rowe, The Michigan Daily
"The University of Michigan Wants You to "Be Aware You're Uploading"
Kurt Hunt, Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review Blog
"A Friendly Reminder"
Andy Guess, Inside Higher Ed
"I do not own these words"
Robert Soave, The Michigan Daily
"BAYU for 'U'"
The Michigan Daily
"'U' puts students first"
Jack Bernard, The Michigan Daily
"U-M offers students download alert"
Ann Arbor News
"New System Will Help UM Computer Users Avoid Illegal File-Sharing"
Matt Roush, Great Lakes IT Report
"'U' must better protect students from RIAA"
Michael Roberto, The Michigan Daily
"'U' to warn uploaders"
Katherine Mitchell, The Michigan Daily
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