I never once said that either. I never said it should be legal, nor that it was morally wrong to use torrents. Do pay closer attention to who you speak to and not lump everyone in the same category. The only thing I have said is that you can take music from CD's purchased by the public library, which right now, is not considered illegal and make copies for yourself. The moral issue varies from person to person. I do not use torrents because of potential virus and spyware hazards. Nor have I ever bought a bootleg copy of a film. The only other thing I've done is use Youtube To MP3 convertors, which anyone who uses Youtube would know about since I've seen people ask about them all the time, to get music that is out of print.Originally Posted by Phil Clark
Actually, we can. That's why people break the law. We chose to follow the ones we agree with and break the ones that we disagree with. Sure, you can pay a price. Or you can never because you're lucky enough to not get caught.You just don't get the point, do you? We cannot decide which laws are stupid and which laws are ones to follow. We cannot decide which laws to obey based on whether we find them stupid or not. We as a society are supposed to obey all the laws. So the whole idea of ignoring a law because it is stupid puts you in the category you are trying to put me into.