Do you believe no one in the world besides "massive copyright holders, attempting to exploit every red penny out of your brainwashed masses" dislikes piracy? Agart on June 1, How is it stealing if you're not taking anything away from anyone? If Hollywood made this exact same product but with pay buttons, why would I as a user choose it over movies. And I think it's clearly so. By your logic, someone could set up a company called PBO which just mirrors HBO's cable feed, and there'd be nothing unethical about it. Now, you can work on changing them if you like.
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But you are probably right. Holy Fuck - Home Facebook.. Is it their right to charge for content they've created? A Kickstarter-type patronage model would work: Some are shady and will use your information for profit, some are not. Jobs and Wozniak started by building freaking boxes. Care to explain the distinction and how that distinction is relevant to a discussion about digital piracy?
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It is just that it isn't a big enough target for hackers to bother with. So, in a nutshell, if I intend to keep it private, I can keep it private forever, and anybody who treads on that is "wrong" to do so. Because you want to support the making of more movies of the same kind. The band released their second album, entitled LP , in Like I said, for me, the anti-copyright notion is too far a stretch.
Your name or email address: I want to believe that everything I do that's socially acceptable is ethical in some absolute sense, and that all those things that are socially acceptable that I don't think we should do and don't do are unethical in some absolute sense, but both of those things are almost certainly false. Let's say you made a startup that, rather than SaaS, actually wrote a thick client. It's a lost customer, not a lost sale. There are also people who have been harmed by people drinking alcohol. A friend of mine generally finds a link through his own sources relatively quickly and shares it, though.