Even as talk grows of licensing music via a flat monthly fee paid at the ISP level, legal actions and legislation are expanding around the globe aimed at enlisting ISP support for a crackdown on P2P use. New examples:
- Swedish lawmakers are asking local ISP's to identify heavy P2P users. (AP)
- In Japan, four major ISP's have vowed to shut of the accounts of users who use their services to "steal content" (Variety)
This follows similar activity in the UK, Germany, France and Australia as well as growing sentiment supporting a crackdown in the US and Canada.