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UCLA Policy 464

Basically, UCLA respects and supports your intellectual freedom, but doesn't condone illegal activity.

"The University encourages the free flow of ideas and the provision of resources in support of academic pursuits. However, the University does not condone the illegal or inappropriate use of material subject to copyright protections that happens to be available through online systems and services that the University makes available to its users. UCLA faculty, staff, and students need to be mindful of the copyright protections afforded to online materials and that violations of these protections may result in significant penalties."

Hume, Wyatt R. "UCLA Policy 464: Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation." 1 Aug. 2000. UCLA Administrative Information Services. 5 May 2003

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