Last updated: February 21, 2008 - 8:19am
MPAA: NET NEUTRALITY COULD HURT ANTI-PIRACY TECH
[SOURCE: C-Net|News.com, AUTHOR: Anne Broache]
Hollywood hasn't decided what it thinks about the whole "Net neutrality" debate, but it knows one thing: Any rules that would stunt roll-out of the next new whiz-bang filtering technologies or encourage unfettered sharing of copyrighted works over peer-to-peer networks would be very, very bad.
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