Marc Brown was quoted in the March 12 issue of Silicon Valley Biz Ink in the article, "Illegal P2P File Downloading May Threaten Employers." The article concerns companies the potential liability for companies if their employees use their network to illegally download copyrighted files using peer-to-peer file-sharing software. Mr. Brown commented "there hasn't been a court ruling on whether or not a company can be held liable for copyrighted content on its network." Mr. Brown says a company can say file sharing is not part of an employee's job and, as a result, can't be held liable if an employee illegally downloads material on the company network. However, Mr. Brown believes that if an employee illegally downloads copyrighted material at work and then stores it on the company server, the company could be held liable if management knew the material was stored there and did not remove it.