So I just got a new Google TV (GTV) and was checking out all of the apps for it and what they can do, I downloaded one named "Mitty" which (apparently) uses Bittorrent as it's backend, searched for the first movie that came to mind at the moment, which was the new Batman movie: The Dark Knight Rises, thought I'd grab it to see how the app worked as I figured the movie itself would look like seeing that it's not the real thing, and what do I get in my email box the next morning?
BOOM! (I X'd out the personal parts)
With all of the e-readers coming out and users wanting more e-books some are turning to piracy. Here is the ethical question if you own the book in hard back is it illegal to download a pirated version of it in e-book form? I mean lets think about this what really is pirating? True pirating is downloading something you didn't pay for. So you didn't pay for the ebook did you pirate? Or did you meet your legal obligation by paying the publisher and the author when you purchased their work? Should it matter that you purchased it in a different format? Wel
Alright, I just saw this in the fine print at the bottom when I was about to post my thread. Is this a DoGG funny? Or did someone slip a small hack into GD?
"Avast! This website be taken over by pirates on September 19th. Yarr!"
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