Two mega-managers have two very different views of file-sharing and what to do about it.
PAUL MC GUINNESS
would fix the music industry by shifting
"the focus of moral pressure...on to the multibillion dollar industries that benefit from these tiny crimes" and "by engaging with and obliging ISPs to deal concretely with infringement on their networks."
"File-sharing by peer-to-peer should be legalized. The sharing of music where it is not for profit is a great thing for culture and music."
Who is right?