Friday, September 30, 2005

Shoplift, cheat and download

(via Techdirt). If you download music, you are more likely to shoplift and cheat on your exams, says a new poll by Canadian firm Pollara, which was unsurprisingly paid by the Canadian music industry. There is a reason why slippery slope arguments are a logical fallacy.

I'm off to steal some milk for my breakfast and plagiarise some stuff for my next article.

1 comment:

Kroy said...

I think I'll lobby Westminster to ensure that regardless of the outcome of the current next-gen DVD format battle, anyone who buys any form of recordable media will be subject to more tax than whisky drinking, 100-a-day smoker who commutes 75 miles a day in a Land Rover Discovery.

That'll stop all you ebil pierats.