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Growing Out of Illegal Downloading

Growing Out of Illegal Downloading

 

Let’s stop panicking about digital piracy. Legal content providers just need to get their act together

September 17, 2012 | From The Telegraph


“In my generation, there are two types of people: those who pirated music and liars. People in their late 20s came of age when Napster was popular. Many of us spent our teenage years scouring peer-to-peer sites for songs and waiting impatiently as they downloaded over our achingly slow internet connections. Most of us have now grown out of it. Why? Because stealing music is time-consuming, unreliable and inconvenient.”