Gender: Male
Age: 17 years and younger
Continent: Europe
i think it will be almost impossible to stop file sharing in the digital age. although i use services such as spotify i still download music off the pirate bay. in face in the past 6 months i have downloaded about 40GB of music from file sharing websites and i believe that i will always be able to do this in the way that i have ...
Gender: Male
Age: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: Europe
In my opinion, a file sharing revolution is due soon in the UK. The digital economy bill is not a sustainable law and when it starts to be enforced, I think we will see a lot change. VPNs will become the norm as the government continues to spy on what their citizens are doing online.
Gender: Male
Age: 37 - 45 years old
Continent: Europe
The cost of digital products/media must adapt to the market. As an example, it doesnt make sense that digital books can cost more than paper ones. But they do. An interesting alternative to illegal file-sharing could be group-buying. A market mediator that could by rights in bulk and offer the products the clients, including on...
Gender: Male
Age: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: Europe
Im from England, and here we have our own version of control, the Digital Economy Act. Large music labels care about profit, and the rapid change in technology means not only piracy is hurting music sales but legal services as well. Things like Spotify and Grooveshark are even being targeted despite being legal. The labels dont ...
Gender: Male
Age: 30 - 36 years old
Continent: Europe
Hopefully there will be more legal options to streeam/download games and other medias on internet, like steem for games or rent movies on internet. or buy music online in digital formats.
Gender: Male
Age: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: Europe
Its hard to say how things are developing in the UK. The Digital Economy Bill was a travesty, and its horrible breach of personal privacy was outshone only by its spectacular failure to do much of anything. The government is otherwise occupied with the economic crisis, but will soon turn its eye back to copyright issues. Thankfu...
Gender: Male
Age: 25 - 29 years old
Continent: Asia
...his a crime when only the media is changed? And Ive done the same with games, movies, music, tools, and a pretty much every object i can think of before they ha digital counterparts. People will share, its our nature. The problem is that businesses seem to think that by pressing lawsuits they can somehow suppress human nature....
Gender: Male
Age: 25 - 29 years old
Continent: Europe
..., matlab, these things. Having a 1 stop shop for everything is very useful. The Pirate Bay is simply the most conveniant, least hassle, method fof getting mos digital goods. Free never hurt too. I hate paying for stuff if Im honest, its an aversion and another hoop to jump through. Even when the price is reasonable its forms ...
Gender: Male
Age: 30 - 36 years old
Continent: Europe
I think market solutions providing a much cheaper access to entertainment and digital media (such as Spotify) is the only real solution to the issue of file sharing, or at least the only way for companies to keep a certain amount of profit on their productions. If this do not happen, technology and trends in attitude among a maj...