Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Paul McGuinness, U2's manager, said that illegal downloads are on the days

U2's manager Paul McGuinness, a German-born billionaire owner of the Prince Management Limited, has entered in a column published in the Daily Telegraph that some of the major Internet providers (ISPs) are introducing a system of alerts copyright to music and film producers. According to McGuinness as will serve to "the broadband users and prevent pirating music is beginning to impose sanctions on those who repeatedly desoigan warnings." And it has been so cool.

And U2's manager goes further to predict that "the era of free, illegal downloads of music is coming to an end." We will not get to qualify his words because they themselves fall under their own weight. And their opinions about Spotify and We7 free services, listening to streaming music that "does not have much hope for long-term success," known far indicates that the average behavior of a music lover, at least, the Spanish, who preffered Premium pay for unlimited service to have all the music hit a click, music, lest we forget, are likely to hear in many cases only once.

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