Carphone Warehouse, despite having one of those Kid Jensen style names that looks more and more ill-chosen as time goes by, has told the BPI that it's not going to be bending over and watching its customer's filesharing.
Charles Dunstone says TalkTalk won't SnoopSnoop:
He also said his firm will refuse to cooperate with the BPI, despite threats of legal action.
The BPI, of course, is belligerent and threatening in response:
It also claims that if they do not help with the fight against music piracy, then the government will bring in legislation to make them cooperate.
Obviously, this isn't a direct quote from the BPI but even so - "make them co-operate". How co-operative is one being if compelled with threat of legal action?
It's possible that TalkTalk is more worried about the cost implications than the privacy concerns, but at least someone is telling the BPI a firm "no".