Story found here http://news.com.com/2100-1023-981449.html?tag=lh Can't say I'm surprised, the RIAA have been very persistent in their quest to shut down Peer to peer users. It pisses me off that users are constantly downloading stuff (including software) just because they can. There's no need to leave any peer to peer software open 24/7. If you need something, start it, download it, close it. I truly feel it's going to cause the ISPs to start limiting how much bandwidth we can use each month. They already do it in Australia, and have started to implement it in the UK. Applause to Verizon though, it seems they have been fighting this all the way.