Gender: Male
Age: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: Europe
They can create however many laws they want, nothing can stop file-sharing. (Sweden)
Gender: Female
Age: 25 - 29 years old
Continent: Europe
For me file sharing is a way to information that would not otherwise be easily accessible-due to price or availability. Piracy has changed the way I view consumption-if effective laws were now brought in that made it impossible to pirate movies and music, I dont believe my consumption patterns would change. I would never again p...
Gender: Male
Age: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: Europe
"Well, Sweden is passing laws each year regarding internet spying etc, mostly because we atm have a retarded goverment thats a little to money horny and usa friendly, we have actually been passing a majority of our internet traffic to the us, I just cant understand what the fuss is all about and WHY they have to controll the int...
Gender: Male
Age: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: Europe
...any evil corners of humanity could be explored when cult groups of people such as peadophiles find it easy to share information. This is already happening. If the laws were relaxed, there would be less victims of the law. The governments can only catch the silly kids not the elders with the information.
Gender: Male
Age: 30 - 36 years old
Continent: Europe
...ught without finding out about the related material by downloading first. Now that people have gotten at taste for downloading it will never cease no matter what laws are passed. It will be exactly like the war on drugs. When the people want something there is no chance for the lawmakers to change that no matter what laws they ...
Gender: Male
Age: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: Asia
In India, there is no law as far as ISPs are concerned, which restrict of throttle speeds for p2p usage. And i dont see any new laws coming in the future. In this field, India usually follows the majority of the world. If the US and Europe create laws, then India might also do it. Otherwise, South Asia is safe!
Gender: Male
Age: 53 - 65 years old
Continent: Asia
If licensed software was more equitably priced and copywrite laws not so aggressively enforced people would be more likely not to need file sharing. Why would people pay $250 for software they only use 10% of on a salary of $2,500 a year? what are these people thinking? Why would I want to protect peoples intellectual rights w...
Gender: Male
Age: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: Europe
...ialism to capitalism, but sometimes I wonder if people arent just simply stupid. In the corrupt system we live in there is no intension of providing any copyright laws for web. There were scandals few years ago, because many firms used unlicensed software. Small minority uses open source software - since normal folk is just to c...
Gender: Male
Age: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: Europe
"You can put in effect all the laws and restrictions that you wish, creative people will always find a way to make files (by which i mean music, movies, software, games, e-books, etc) free to the public. And frankly i cannot understand the amounts of greed one must have to be so desperate to control this phenomenon, those whose ...