Melbourne school foils bandwidth-hogging students

Bandwidth isn’t cheap, and — despite the pre-election rhetoric — private schools don’t have money to waste. Caulfield Grammar School’s 80 boarders have been contributing significantly to the load by using peer-to-peer applications such as Napster and Gnutella. Now the school is cracking down

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