Date of this Version
Williams, Nicholas and Rowlands, 2010
Phau and Liang (2012)Phau and Liang (2012)
Cronan and Al-Rafee (2007)
Lysonski and Durvasula (2008)
Cohen and Cornwell (1989)
Solomon and O’Brien (1990)
(Peace, Galletta and Thong, 2003)
Van Belle, Macdonald & Wilson (2007)
El-Sheikh, Rashed and Peace(NA)
(Haque, Htibi and Rahman, 2009).
The study is an attempt to get the insights on attitudes and behavior of people in the changing media landscape. The study highlights the online piracy of videos, games, movies, slides, mash-ups etc and addresses the impact that piracy is laying upon on the mindsets of users who are indulged in such activity. The study also signifies the reasons behind piracy, the frequency of doing so, modes of accessing, and likelihood of discontinuing the same. The study is one of its kinds which can be used as a means of awareness against the mass infringement cases which can help in recognizing the need of addressing copyright trolling and thus protecting the unauthorized movement of bits around the internet.