In a fairly standard musician-wants-to-be-paid rant, composer Hélène Muddiman is quoted in The Guardian:
“Shops, pubs and cinemas have to monitor what they sell to people, why not ISPs?”
Not sure she quite understands that ISPs don’t sell things, websites do. Maybe she lives in a world where she thinks that pubs police the doggy goods sold in them. Maybe she wants to. I don’t.