USC Says ‘No’ to Online Uploads

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The University of Southern California’s film school, which claims ownership of all student films, has prohibited its students from putting more than 10% of their work on the Internet, Silicon Alley Insider reports. The ban was introduced to protect the university from liability and to allow filmmakers to use SAG members at non-union rates. Students say the restrictions hurt their ability to get attention for their work.
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