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Rumours have surfaced that Web video streaming site Hulu might be coming to Australia. Which raises the question: would it make Australians think twice about downloading TV shows via BitTorrent?
More to the point, do they even care? What do people who illegally download TV shows think about the moral implications? It's clear from the comments we see posted in forums, and in our own conversations with Internet users, that not only are many Internet users quite comfortable with queuing a season of Mad Men, they think it's their right.
The film and music industry continues to fight illegal downloading, but what about attitudes to piracy?
How do you feel about Internet piracy? Is it immoral? Or on the other side of the coin, how do you rationalise illegal downloading?
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"How do you feel about Internet piracy? Tell us whether you think Internet piracy is wrong and why, or why not."
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