On another note, what about practical lessons? Expecting your students to have laptops is one thing, expecting them to buy licences for software like 3D Studio Max, for example, is another. Sure students will pirate, but can a university turn a blind eye if it's a requirement of the course, rather than just something the students trade with each other outside of the classroom?
The law is supposed to catch "scary terrorists"
Given that there are dozens of ways to side-step your ISP's E-mail, do they only plan on catching the sort of terrorist that is computer illiterate?