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As the Internet went wild watching the final moments of Walter White’s existence in the land of television–an existence that will no doubt live on in streaming reruns–folks who didn’t have access to the episode made sure they didn’t have to wait long to find out how the show ended. Naturally, the content acquisition method of choice for the Breaking …
Girls Gone Wild founder Joe Francis can probably recruit Kip Winger to croon his off-to-jail-again theme song. Kip’s likely available these days. After just finishing a jail sentence for distributing content featuring under age girls, Francis’ widely-publicized revelation that Eliot Spitzer’s call girl, Ashley Dupre, was caught on seven tapes in Miami might cause him some more statutory troubles.
The illegal downloading of digital copyrighted works by youth ages 8 to 18 has dropped by 24 percent in the last three years according to a survey by the Business Software Alliance.
The survey was first conducted in 2004 and revealed that 60 percent of participants had made illegal downloads. In 2006 the percentage fell to 43 percent and in 2007 it dropped to 36 percent.