Canadian publisher McCarty slams ISPs over piracy


U2 manager Paul McGuinness presumably wasn't available, so Canadian music publisher ole's president Michael McCarty stepped up to the ISP-kicking plate for the launch of Canadian Music Week. He described ISPs as the "neighborhood bully charging kids $5 to loot the store" and also said they are "the enablers of the trading of music and are making tons of money from it".

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