U2 manager Paul McGuinness is at it again – giving his views on the state of the music industry. And while he still has stern words for ISPs – saying “I do not think they’ve been sincere in their attempts to work with governments or content owners to date” – he also takes aim at the expectation that music should be free. “Future generations of artists will face a vacuum where payment used to be… I hope that our politicians, our journalists, our media gain a sense of how much we stand to lose if free prevails. Ultimately free is the enemy of good.”