Further to our story about Lord Triesman and his threat of legislation against ISPs if they don't crack down on filesharing of copyrighted material, we've been contacted by the Federation Against Software Theft (FAST).
FAST are offering a chat with their director general, John Lovelock, about Triesman's comments - perhaps unsurprisingly, he's a fan ("one giant step in the right direction..."). Anyway, we thought we'd throw this one over to you good folks.
Go on, what would you like to ask FAST? Any views to share on the concept of ISPs monitoring all their traffic to see if dodgy MP3s and programs are being disseminated? Anything else, while we're at it?
Questions below please, and we shall endeavour to put them to Mr Lovelock ASAP!