U2 manager: 'Google is the greatest theft enabler on the internet'


U2 manager Paul McGuinness has branded Google "the greatest theft enabler on the internet" during a keynote interview at IMS in Ibiza on May 22.

In conversation with BBC Radio 1 DJ Pete Tong, McGuinness discussed piracy, streaming and the recent reported Apple and Beats deal.

The exec managed U2 for 35 years and was this year awarded Billboard's Industry Icon Awards at Midem. He retired from the position late last year to “take a less hands-on role as the ...

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