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The Digital Millennium Copyright Act is a provision establishing limitation of liability for infringement of copyright laws by users of computing resources at institutions of higher education. In compliance with the rules of this act, Florence-Darlington Technical College has designated an agent to receive statutory notices from copyright owners about infringements and to send statutory notices to affected subscribers. Florence-Darlington Technical College designated agent is Nell Bradley, Library Director, Florence-Darlington Technical College, P.O. Box 100548,  Florence, SC 29501. Penalties for copyright infringement at Florence-Darlington Technical College include but are not limited to temporary restriction of network privileges, permanent restriction of network privileges, and criminal prosecution.

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