Gender: Male
Age: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: Asia
1. Western media are ridiculously priced in South East Asia. 2. Market should understand, File-sharing is a means of publicity to the world. 3. File-sharing makes media reach to the medium-low income group. Reasonably priced, I would personally consider of purchasing, IF the process of purchasing is feasible. 4. Online availabil...
Gender: Female
Age: 25 - 29 years old
Continent: Europe
...do film studios-it is not in their interest to limit the use of ISPs, and therefore I doubt the political will is there, though the rhetoric is. I think that the market will try and adapt to filesharing, as in the case of Spotify-which seems successful. But whether that will discourage people from filesharing, I dont know. Spoti...
Gender: Male
Age: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: Europe
I think that the market might want to innovate, and adapt to the way people behave. A lot of people dont really mind paying for something, but dont want to leave their computer. Things like Steam and the iTunes store will eventually dominate the gaming and film markets. Most people in Holland dont really care about the fact that...
Gender: Male
Age: 25 - 29 years old
Continent: Europe
... reductions has almost entirely curbed my video game sharing habits. This is in stark comparison to software developers such as Adobe, whose abusive pricing and market segmentation tactics have led me to choose other means of obtaining their software. Furthermore, an end to DRM should be the aim of any legitimate business. In...
Gender: Male
Age: 25 - 29 years old
Continent: Asia
...am living my life believing in the idea of: Knowledge is Free. i teach every one how to learn, i spread the idea. as a professional in the world of IT, i see the market in early future for individuals: as a system of free use and pay only if u make some profit out of it+ partially open source design to allow to community to be a...
Gender: Male
Age: 25 - 29 years old
Continent: Oceania
Something inherently not wrong about sharing something that is endlessly duplicate-able. If the market has to crash so content and information to be free, then so be it. Maybe that will make the art of different mediums better and more accessible to the artists, rather then the bussinessmen.
Gender: Male
Age: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: Europe
The next big thing would be the Internet censorship. If it wont work (and I hope so), the market will be forced to adapt. One big step for Liberalism. In Poland everybody use torrents, because police dontt do almost anything, and everybody feel unpunished. Music and computer games from west are also very expensive in comparison...
Gender: Male
Age: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: Europe
Do what you want cause a pirate is free! You are a pirate! Beside jokes, i belive that something is gonna change not only in the market but even in the way of thinkin about pop culture. Always since there has been a product, that product become famous when it was pirated so pop culture still needs pirates. But one important thin...
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...