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File-sharing junkies, the scourge of media companies everywhere, have become a headache for Internet service providers too.
The proliferation of high-speed Internet access has created an explosion in file trading, an activity that hogs bandwidth and racks up big network costs for access providers.
Major music labels and Hollywood blame the emergence of file-sharing networks such as Grokster and Kazaa for opening up a black market for copyrighted materials that's eating into their business.
Now ISPs say that as much as 60 percent of data traffic zipping around their networks is in the form of large music, movies and software files. For a large...more>