Gender: Male
Age: 25 - 29 years old
Continent: Asia
"i my country by the low torrent isnt illegal , because the government and people didnt not know much about it , and by the way it will help us to bypass filtering and share the data that we will need and bypassing the proscription usa too ) i am from Iran"
Gender: Male
Age: 66 years and older
Continent: North America
I think that as long as business and government do not eliminate freedom of choice (probably impossible unless all internet services cease first) that file-sharing of just about any content, along with social networking are inevitable (and who knows what additional means might develop in the future?) - there is too much brain p...
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: Female
Age: 25 - 29 years old
Continent: Oceania
It looks like the government are/will try to control the types of servers we can access (in different countries). For example, I will not be able to access files or live streaming media outside of Australia.
Gender: Male
Age: 17 years and younger
Continent: Europe
i think the government will stop file shearing in the nest few years
Gender: Male
Age: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: North America
I dont believe there is much any government can do about filesharing without infringing upon the privacy of its citizens.I would be more than willing to pay for the files I download if I had the means to.Even so,I would still download as a means of trying things out before buying them.
Gender: Male
Age: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: Europe
In france, the government is trying hard to limit illegal downloading, but in my opinion that mostly resulted in people watching streamed content or using VPNs. I hope the next big thing will be companies realising that downloading, even if it means that their content can be got free, is not only a threat but an opportunity. For...
Gender: Male
Age: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: Europe
...ut legal services as well. Things like Spotify and Grooveshark are even being targeted despite being legal. The labels dont want to lose control, and since the government are heavily weighted towards them anyway, the government dont want to lose control of what anyone does. The thing is, for many many years to come at least, leg...
Gender: Male
Age: 25 - 29 years old
Continent: Europe
I feel my government is interested in putting the internet to the strict control. This could lead to the end of file-sharing and a lot of other internet activities.