Comcast Corp., under federal investigation for interfering with the traffic of its internet subscribers, said it wants to develop a "Bill of Rights and Responsibilities" for file sharing, the Associated Press reports. The April 15 announcement expands on Comcast's new policy toward file-sharing: It said last month that rather than singling out such traffic and blocking some of it, the company will move toward a system that treats all types the same. File sharing is mainly used to swap copyright-protected works such as movies, but it's also emerging as a useful way to distribute large files legally. One of the

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