Bono attacks ISPs over filesharing

In an op-ed piece in the New York Times yesterday entitled Ten For The Next Ten, Bono outlined "10 ideas that might make the next 10 years more interesting, healthy or civil". Among them was Intellectual Property Developers, where he wrote of the threat of online piracy on both the creative industries and emerging artists.

The rise of filesharing, he proposed, has hurt creators and claimed that the only group "this reverse Robin Hooding benefits are rich service providers, whose ...

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