It's nothing wrong with piracy really. It's a natural part of the software eco-system. And if they blindly believe that by 100% stopping the piracy, their sales would skyrocket, they are sadly very mistaken. What they'd do is to push customers even further back into thinking twice before handing over ANY money. But today anyone can grab a copy on P2P and if you think they deserve the money, you'll also buy it. If you think they don't deserve it, you'll probably erase the content even before finishing it. P2P is also a good source of backup copies. Once my CD of the legendary game System Shock 2 got scratched. Without P2P i'd be doomed. But instead, i found a bit perfect copy on the interwebs, downloaded it, burned and i now have it next to the scratched original. And i had the same scenario with Screamer 2 game. P2P savez!
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