How far does Exodus 20:15 go? What about copying and pasting articles to friends’ e-mail addresses? Is that stealing. Thanks to my friend Don, I realize that I’m guilty of thievery. 440 more words
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Let’s play pretend.
Pretend you’re a musician. You just got out of a three-year relationship. He broke your heart. Cheated on you, in fact. Even asked you for the ring back because it was his grandmother’s and he wanted to give it to “the one” and you weren’t it. 763 more words
So you want to watch 50 Shades of Gray ASAP, but you’re too embarrassed to actually go see it in the movie theater. If this describes you, don’t worry — you’ve got a few hundred thousand people just like you. 111 more words
A growing popular subject is that of the “$8 billion iPod case.” Rob Reid presents a TedTalk on this subject. He brings up the debate over copyright laws and quantitative reasoning, proposing that “we employ and enlist the cutting edge field of copyright math whenever we approach this subject.” Reid’s TedTalk does just that. 1,297 more words
My first inquiry question asks why, in a society where stealing is unacceptable, does piracy not raise more concerns. My opinions of the subject of piracy stem from personal experiences. 2,556 more words