Grey discusses copyright laws and the latest advancement in copyright infringement. He notes that while laws are becoming stricter, the means to ascertain copyrighted material hasn’t. This poses a highly confusing , albeit interesting, argument in the ethics and morals of technology usage.
Everyone needs food and shelter as it is a basic human necessity. In order provide for ones self, money becomes the most invaluable commodity; especially in a city where the price for a one bedroom apartment in South Bronx can buy you a three bedroom house in southern states. This begs the question; “Is it really a serious crime to copyright infringe?” In latent terms, its something virtually everyone does. I’m not advocating for breaking whatsoever laws. However, it being such a massively committed act, is it really justifiable to send people to prison for years (CEO of Mega Upload) for something 10 year old Billy does in his spare time?