Missed this: Senators Grill P2P Providers

[Sen. Ted] Stevens closed the hearing by threatening to introduce bipartisan legislation if P2P companies don’t do something to stop piracy on their networks.

“If you don’t do it, I’m going to move over and meet with Sen. Boxer on this,” he said. “We’ve got to find some way to meet this concept of protecting our intellectual property. We can hardly accuse the people abroad of stealing our intellectual property if we can’t protect it at home.”

The hearing site: Issues Related to MGM v. Grokster; Washington Post’s Senator Threatens Crackdown on File-Sharing Industry [pdf]