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P2P Companies Say They Can’t Filter

CNET has posted an article about a letter sent Wedesday to Sen. Lindsay Graham, R-N.C., on behalf of the P2P United trade association, in which the companies say they should not be held to a standard that is technologically infeasible.

From the CNET article: Lawmakers “have been deliberately misinformed by self-interested industry about the technological capability of peer-to-peer services,” said Adam Eisgrau, P2P United’s executive director. “It is not that we won’t filter out copyrighted material and inappropriate sexual material. It’s that we can’t.”

Read the whole story at CNET.