i find this an interesting debate that widely is ignored in the developing world - or at least my bit of it. it's not a matter of theft, more a matter of means must. the problem is that when stuff is written, when it exists, people are more likely to try to borrow or buy, and at least credit is given. Though piracy may still be widespread some cost of production is recuperated, which may seem tiny in a western economy but is big cheese here. creative commons is great but it can equate to a lot of work with no reward, a situation many simply can't afford.
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