The nonprofit group Choruss, one of the organizations promoting blanket licensing for the use of digital music, is meeting with higher-education officials to formulate a plan for the future of music on campus--and its president, Jim Griffin, said in a March 3 webinar that schools can no longer depend on technology or new laws to prevent illegal file sharing.

Griffin, a longtime music industry consultant, spoke to educators who are concerned about the uncertain future of online music during an hour-long webinar hosted by the ed-tech advocacy group EDUCAUSE.

Choruss's concrete strategy won't be rolled out until fall 2010 at the latest,...

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