Ethical and Legal Perspective of Software Piracy and Use of P2P Systems Architecture
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Perception on Software Piracy and P2P Systems Architecture
I think it is okay... *
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for people such as myself to copy commercial software instead of buying it.
for people such as myself to copy commercial software instead of buying it when we use it for educational purposes.
to use another student's computer account without the student's knowledge.
for a user to use the University's computer for non-University activities.
for a student to look at, but not change, confidential student records.
for a student to look at and change confidential student records.
for students to work together on individual computer assignments.
for students to give a copy of their work to another student to hand in.
for two students to share the work for a computer assignment and each hand in a copy.
for a user to copy commercial software for personal use and share it to others.
to download commercial software from Torrent and use Crack to use it
to copy software and install it on my computer with crack or keygen.
to watch downloaded movies rather than to watch in the cinema or buy the original movie.
to use torrent and another P2P client to download entertainment
to copy movies from others electronic media (such as HD or SDcards)
to copy music from others electronic media (such as HD or SDcards)
to ask my friend or myself to send me movie thru my mobile unit
to ask my friend or myself to send me a music thru my mobile unit
to download research paper and use the copy-paste method, and submit to my teacher/instructor.
to copy from the website and other online resources for my project.
Practice on Software Piracy and P2P Systems Architecture
I tried to... *
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copy commercial software instead of buying it.
copy commercial software instead of buying and use it for educational purposes.
use another student's computer account without the student's knowledge.
use the University's computer for non-University activities.
look at, but not change, confidential student records.
look at and change confidential student records.
work together on individual computer assignments.
give a copy of their work to another student to hand in.
share the work for a computer assignment and each hand in a copy.
copy commercial software for personal use and share it to others.
download commercial software from Torrent and use Crack to use it
copy software and install it on my computer with crack or keygen.
watch downloaded movies rather than to watch in the cinema or buy the original movie.
use torrent and another P2P client to download entertainment
copy movies from others electronic media (such as HD or SDcards)
copy music from others electronic media (such as HD or SDcards)
ask my friend or myself to send me movie thru my mobile unit
ask my friend or myself to send me a music thru my mobile unit
download research paper and use the copy-paste method, and submit to my teacher/instructor.
copy from the website and other online resources for my project.
What are your reasons why you use Pirated Software and use P2P Systems architecture *
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