The shutdown of P2P is relativly impossible, they can not individually sue the millions of users that share, hyperthetically the only solution is to shutdown all the P2P sharing servers, and programs (Kazaa, etc.) which won't work because look at the shutdown of napster, all that did is start the bringing in of new companys. Plus if the company is located outside of the US, they can not shutdown, yet only attempt to block access to it from the US....Hrmmm.....*Wonders if this crap will spread to Canada* anyway.........
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