The non-profit group's aim is to promote awareness of the real issue behind the music piracy scene. There are many similar organizations that do the same and their voice is the same, stop piracy and the trade of illegal music which is booming into a major problem. Their research shows that there are over 243 million files which were shared over illegal P2P sites impacting those . . .
This blog is mainly about legal downloads. Even so, it is important that the reasons why people go through illegal means in acquiring software, music, movies and other kinds of media. Why take the risk after all? It is easy to download them from the Internet. Yes, the Internet has made it convenient for everyone to gather all kinds of information and media. That includes . . .
In the past year, downloading music off of the Internet illegally has continued to be at the forefront of technology-related issues. It is not a bit surprising as songs and albums continue to abound online, and a lot of people will not stop downloading as long as there is something to get. It seems to me that the music execs and government watchdogs have been running around . . .
The problem why the practice has become so chronic, even with the well advertised penalization of serving 5 years of jail time plus $250,000 in fines is not stopping millions upon millions of people from sharing them over the internet. The problem may be in the internet itself and it can be likened to a water hose that hast several branches what was suddenly punched holes into . . .