Today's National Post Magazine carries a feature (subscription required) on Canadian Recording Industry Association President Graham Henderson. I'm quoted as saying that Henderson is a smart, tenacious guy but that CRIA doesn't represent the views of the entire industry nor of the public interest. Henderson responds with this priceless quote:
"Henderson disagrees, calling the likes of Geist and fellow lawyer Howard Knopf, who argued CRIA was running roughshod over privacy rights when it battled ISPs last year, part of a voracious array of well-funded interests who want to limit and devalue the rights of artists and musicians."
Voracious array of well-funded interests? Apparently Henderson is smart, tenacious guy with a sense of humour.