Five million people downloaded copies of J.J. Abrams' Star Trek movie since it opened in theaters, and it's not even on DVD yet. Paramount cites that fact in its filing with the FCC's taskforce to create a National Broadband Plan. Easy access to broadband has made movie piracy easier than ever before, and sites like Google and Bing are participating, Paramount charges. So any plan to expand access to broadband has to include some mechanism for preventing piracy, possibly including some kind of "deep packet drones." [Ars Technica]