Interesting article on Lawmeme on why Google will win the filesharing wars if some sort of compulsory licensing scheme is adopted. The only thing in the article I disagree with is the inevitability of all but one of the P2P companies going bankrupt. None of the current companies have gone out of business despite Kazaa's dominance, and that's without the added revenue that compulsory licensing would bring. Certainly there will be a dominant network but there's no reason several companies can't share a network, as is the case with Gnutella.