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Undoubtedly, this is a good contribution to an economy. Even though some of the piracy control measures in Europe may still not be able to totally eradicate all piracy, however, it would in a significantly reduce illegal loading, as well as aid to set up a more sustainable ecosystem for content on the internet. As a matter of fact, it is important that issues emerging from application of these controls be addressed in a judicious manner. With this in mind, whether internet piracy controls require strict adherence or not, largely is dependent on the resultant effects to the stakeholders in the affected sectors. Introduction In short, the internet has changed the society a g... ... middle of paper ... ...nternet Piracy.
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Several people also, however, admitted that they felt that the piracy of music online is unethical. These were people who also said that they download music regularly. Their response as to why they continue to compromise their integrity was based on the fact that they did not feel that the record labels or the individual artists themselves were actually being adversely affected. In their minds, their downloading and sharing of this music is only helping the music industry, especially up-and-coming bands who are trying to develop a name for themselves. Instead of handing out promo CD’s, they can simply upload their music onto the internet and circulate their music that way; a much more inexpensive and effective method.
There has been controversy as to whether music should be free or not. As for the people who love to listen to music all the time, they would agree that the music should be free of charge. Benefits of free music are that you can listen to music fan free, helps out bands to be known, and reaches the crowds in less time and boots the popularity of the song; however, there are drawbacks, such as CD & MP3 gross sales decline, it’s an insult & harmful to artist and in all actuality, you are paying the record labels. Listening to music for free is the best thing in the world, honestly, without paying for something is better than anything. Music to some-people is a way of life, why should they pay for music when they can download it for free.
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Primarily password recognition should be a priority for face book users. As stated on General Information About Face book Security (2010) amidst the recent concerns regarded breaches in respect to face book security policy, people still take a non seneschal approach and seem unperturbed by these problems. Allowing access through games and other applications places your account at high risks of being hacked. Therefore with password recognition not being a hundred percent when these requests are granted criminals gain any information they choose and execute their criminal activities. Murphy (2011) postulates that “It’s not just users’ trust in the ove... ... middle of paper ... ...ting of Confidential Phone Numbers Retrieved from: http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/08/10/facebook-exposes-confidential-phone-numbers-users-worry/?intcmp=related#ixzz1dEPam64k 3.
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