Today, the Department of Justice raided the homes of five P2P users and the offices of one ISP. The DoJ claims they were part of a network called The Underground Network. In this network each user had to share a minimum of 100GB.
John Ashcroft commented on the raids saying that those who distribute movies, games and software illegally are putting the livelihood of millions of Americans at risk and damage the economy.
The U.S. Government seems to be sided with the entertainment industry in its fight against P2P, even despite a comprehensive study from Harvard which shows P2P doesn't do much damage. The operation was ironically named Operation Digital Gridlock.