The puzzle is how AT&T thinks that its proposal is anything other than corporate seppuku.
Scary article, really important stuff, but I LOVE the line above... :)
What if, instead of filtering out copyrighted material, they used an IPS to filter out exploits instead? Are the civil liberties issues the same when the same sort of filtering is done but in a way that helps, rather than hurts, the user whose traffic is subject to the filtering?
RE: Why does AT&T want to know what you're downloading? - By Tim Wu - Slate Magazine