Includes bibliographical references (p. 184-251) and index
1. Introduction -- 2. Applying the Pre-P2P Law to Napster -- 3. Targeted Attacks on the US Secondary Liability Law -- 4. The Targeted Response -- 5. Post-Grokster Fallout -- 6. Goldilocks and the Three Laws: Why Rights Holders Would Never Have Sued a P2P Provider under UK or Canadian Law (and why the Australian law was just right) -- 7. The End of the Road for Kazaa -- 8. Endgame: More P2P Software Providers than Ever Before -- 9. Can the Secondary Liability Law Respond to Code's Revolutionary Nature?