Created by LtAgn02
Can Digital Privacy be Justified?
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Posted 2/27/16 , edited 2/27/16
(made a mistake in the title, it should be piracy, not privacy)

So, in my college, I'm required to take an ethics class (wish all people could, really). Part of that class requires me and my group to conduct a survey on digital piracy and present the results. So, what are your thoughts on digital piracy? Is it wrong or can it be justified?

So, if you have time, please fill out the survey form here: https://goo.gl/K1rxjl

It will only take around ten to fifteen minutes tops. I promise, you will remain anonymous.
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Posted 2/27/16
Wait is this on digital piracy or privacy? The header says privacy and but your post says piracy.
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Posted 2/27/16
can digital privacy be justified? of course. this shouldn't even be a question.
can digital piracy be justified? possibly, but that would be discussing the issues of morality / what's legal.
if the game is so old, the game company who made the game no longer exists, and you can't find it in any other way, then i'd say piracy in that particular instance is justifiable.
if the game is fairly new and can easily be found in your local electronic stores, then it's obviously wrong to pirate.
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Ah shoot. I didn't think before I posted. Yes, I meant piracy. I should probably drink less coffee in the morning...
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Posted 2/27/16

LtAgn02 wrote:

(made a mistake in the title, it should be piracy, not privacy).


While I can change the title of the thread, I can't change the title on your poll (you might be able to, but since folks have already responded you might not be able to).

Since this is a huge difference and since some people may have responded to the poll question before reading your post (I know I did!) I've gone ahead and closed the thread. Please feel free to make a new one.
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