Gender: Male
Age: 30 - 36 years old
Continent: Europe
They killed the Napster, the Torrent sites were born. They will kill Torrent sites, the new era of p2p file sharing will be born. Only very low prices of music, movies, games and so on may try to convince people not to use illegal contents. Nevertheless especially in low income countries we will continue to download using free m...
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: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: North America
Honestly I have no problem with File Sharing for a few reasons. A lot of people are against sites like Pirate Bay, or Torrents due to illegal sharing, and such, however I think they are a good thing for some reasons. Game Companies, or very hard to find files such as soundtracks, or rare images, and such can easily be found on...
Gender: Female
Age: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: Europe
The authorities just dont understand the zeitgeist and continue to unintentionally encourage illegal filesharing all over the place. In Germany you cant access most youtube videos with commercial music because of a GEMA lawsuit: if you just wanted to check out this one song by an artist for free to see whether you liked it (as y...
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: 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
...edia around, and the technology will always been there to allow downloading. Whether the government will use online piracy along with gambling sites and hardcor illegal pornography as an excuse to censor the internet as a whole, I can only worry.
Gender: Male
Age: 30 - 36 years old
Continent: Europe
...is not art, that is just business. If they would put there own songs, movies, books on internet and offered them for free download there would be no need for a illegal downloading, but they would be famous as well, maybe more... In that case world of art would be purified from all the movies and music and books that are made j...
Gender: Male
Age: 17 years and younger
Continent: Europe
In my country, which is Portugal, the anti-piracy services dont care about illegal downloads, they only check illegal DVDs sold by imigrant people, from Marroco, etc... In my knowledge, it have been two site shutdowns (one tracker, other warez board). Which links are: http://btnext.com (is now hosted in Vietname instead of Port...