Most ISP's could'nt care what you download,with good reason you are paying a month fee every month! Most have given a wide berth between themselves and any RIAA type organisation. Most refuse to even send warning emails for downloading films etc let alone give out details. This foolhardy company all but wipes the RIAA's backside. I can see a mass exodus,afterall what use is superfast speeds if they will grass you up as oon as sign you up. What else are you gonna use such a massive high speed connection for flicking through web pages? I'm sure the canadian press will have this story running as well,nice time for it's competitors to say we will protect your privacy,to get loads of new connections. It makes me laugh ,all these things do is encourage piracy and downloading they cannot get it into their thick heads people do not like being dictated to. If you spilt a drink in a bar then a bar tender said clean that f'in mess you'd tell them where to go,get the picture,but such is the fear of downloading they are blind,rabbits in the headlights scenario and by the time it's over any ISP remotely though of supprting the RIAA or similar will be bust and the RIAA will be verging on it as well(or at least it's members). We want fair prices,if we are downloading legal stuff it has to be way cheaper than buying the cd as our time,equipment is valuable to use(oh and we pay a monthly fee for our connection) so until such times as the labels finally see sense any ISP supporting them will be blacklisted.