there is the possability but, there may be a out in there T&C that you agree to sadly.
For me I recomend those that don't trust there ISP to use The Onion Router network.. which helps protect privacy but does not increase security at all.
I was reading that AT&T was the first company to cooperate with the RIAA and start sending out takedown notices by 'reading' data streams.
Now it seems to mee that reading copyrighted material without authorizatoin is against the very rules that AT&T and the RIAA are trying to enforce. AT&T isn't authorized to read my copyrighted posts, logs, emails, letters, stories, photo's and such without paying me for the priviledge. People who use AT&T only authorize them to be their ISP. Professional content creators and media companies tend to forget that it's all copyrighted. Not just their material. Those copyright laws protect all copyright holders including us amateurs who haven't yet made our mark in the IP world.
It seems to be that the copyright issue cuts both ways and the RIAA has no business infringing just like everone else.