Newsbytes: “Lawyers for makers of the file-sharing applications Morpheus and Grokster say that, if their clients can be held responsible for illegal copies of music and motion pictures, then so too should companies such as Microsoft and AOL Time Warner, whose software and Internet connectivity are essential to building networks of file traders.” Like the logic, and the beautiful irony of it. However, if they win, we’ll all have DRM built into everything. Not such a great outcome, then. Here’s Jack Valenti on this issue