Professor Annemarie Bridy was interviewed last week by Bloomberg Law for an article on the demise of the Copyright Alert System (CAS). The CAS was a "graduated response" copyright enforcement program in which broadband Internet access providers notified and sanctioned subscribers identified by copyright holders as infringing users of peer-to-peer file-sharing networks. The program, a voluntary partnership between the nation's largest telecommunications providers and major trade associations for the music and movie industries, first became operational in February of 2013, after multi-year negotiations. In the Bloomberg interview, Professor Bridy discussed reasons for the program's abandonment. In 2012, as the CAS was preparing for launch, Professor Bridy published a descriptive and normative analysis of it in the Fordham Intellectual Property, Entertainment & Media Law Journal.