Gender: Female
Age: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: Europe
"In my country (Norway), regular people feel like it is risky to download from Piratebay etc. There has been some examples of people getting caught who has to pay a fortune in compensations. But I guess the people who are more experienced computer users still feel the same way they always did the risk of getting caught is low, e...
Gender: Male
Age: 25 - 29 years old
Continent: Europe
File sharing is very popular here in Romania. Acording to a study done in 2009, more thyen 75% of all internet users in Romania file-share on a dalily basis. While it is illegal, as long as one does not sell downloaded material for profit, you are pretty much safe. While software can and is bought here in Romania, video games an...
Gender: Male
Age: 37 - 45 years old
Continent: Asia
...days are from the before time when there was no internet. The world is now connected and there will always be a way of sharing. The only way to stop it is to mak users a fair offer, and not trying to rippoff everyone in the name of genuinity. Bandwidth will get faster and so the exchange will just strife more then ever. Now it...
Gender: Male
Age: 30 - 36 years old
Continent: Europe
one of the next big things: Decentralized ( unlimited users ) ( p2p / pirate ) live tv/radio streaming. a loic with anonymity, plugin support, pgp suport for efficient central command operations, p2p support for efficient distribution of target lists, target prioritization ( when one is down, take down next target ), proper ...
Gender: Male
Age: 30 - 36 years old
Continent: Central or South America
... many of us are movie, music and video game fans (and fanatics) and simply locking us out one way isnt good enough. The current file sharing systems are open an users can be tracked. There are server less systems already eg. KAD with emule. Where you cannot find users by ip addresses. This is an evolution path all file shar...
Gender: Male
Age: 30 - 36 years old
Continent: Oceania
Recently, the New Zealand government radically approved a bill under urgency (considering legislation for the recent Canterbury earthquakes) that gives rights hoarders the liberty to attack the citizenry. We will be assumed guilty upon accusation without due process. Fines for copyright infringement will be up to $15,000 NZD and users attacked in this way can have their internet connection severed for up to 6 months. I am against this abuse of power and believe it was supported by the government to appease corporations in the United States who wish to pressure Oceania countries into treaties that are just as bad or worse for the people who live in the Pacific ...
Gender: Male
Age: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: Europe
... game or music i delete the files and BUY them. if i dont like i just delete them. i hate that when new album or game comes out, it sound very promising and othe users recommend it, BUT! MY opinion isnt always same. game can sound very cool and looks very cool (at that annoying back of the baggage they promise action adventure ...
Gender: Male
Age: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: Oceania
If companys were more interested in spending money on improving their service to their customers rather than persecuting the people trying to enjoy their media over a distribution system that is more efficient than anything they offer. For example the steam distribution service for pc games allows users to download an play the m...
Gender: Male
Age: 18 - 24 years old
Continent: Africa
...ng network. This has largely failed though with the file sharing remaining functional and widespread. Over the internet though file sharing is difficult for mos users due to the lack of broadband. Most services are capped to around 3 GBs or charge based on the amount downloaded. Uncapped internet is available but is shaped so ...