U2 manager accuses all of you of "shoplifting" music

While the focus of his ire was Internet service providers, U2 manager Paul McGuinness (pictured here at a U.K. copyright term extension fête with frontman Bono) also blasted "device manufacturers" for the "spectacular devaluation of music." Like, you know, when Apple hired U2 for a commercial and packaged a bunch of low-bitrate, DRM-laden MP3s of U2's back catalog for $149 at the iTunes store. [Variety]