UPDATE: Peer-to-Peer Gets Supreme Court's Ear

"What if we designed cars that couldn't speed and stopped on their own at traffic lights? That's just one of the arguments the Supreme Court heard Tuesday," Terry Calhoun reports in our IT Trends eletter. Peer-to-peer networks and digital copying are the target of legal actions backed by the combined might of all the entertainment industries."Gonna be a tough call for the Justices," Calhoun concludes.

Read Calhoun's column, Say Goodbye to Radar Detectors?

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