ole's McCarty doesn't like Bill C-32

CATCH 32: "The vast majority of music consumed on the Internet—over 90%—is pirated. When music is pirated, the artists don't get paid, but the ISPs, search engines, advertisers, websites and device manufacturers do. They all profit from enabling this pirate activity, while denying any responsibility to pay the people who create the music in the first place. Not only will Bill C-32 fail to fix this, it will actually ensure that these companies never have to pay." —ole President Michael McCarty, on his problems with Canada’s anti-piracy bill. (12/1a)

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