BitTorrent to fire up CNET Live

Ashwin Navin, co-founder of BitTorrent, will be a guest on CNET Live.

In the Internet world, peer-to-peer sharing has always sparked discussion. This week on CNET Live, Ashwin Navin, president and co-founder of file-sharing site BitTorrent, will sound off on the hot topic. Navin contributed his perspective earlier this month about Ohio University's decision to ban peer-to-peer applications on campus. What does this mean for the rest of us? Tom Merritt is going to find out.

In addition to that fiery topic, the boys are going to figure out what is behind all those blazing batteries in laptops. Brian will reveal what tops his Crave list, and Tom is going to talk about a product that is essential for any germophobe--and he's not talking hand sanitizer.

As usual, The guys will be answering a firestorm of phone calls. The lines at 888-900-CNET will be open 20 minutes before show time, so call in soon to be Tom and Brian's first caller.

Tune in this week to get answers to all your burning tech queries at 1 p.m. Pacific/4 p.m. Eastern on CNET TV. Make sure not to miss an edition of CNET Live that may be too hot to handle!

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