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Mrs_Sweetpeach
Date: 2009-07-23 12:26
Subject: Poll based on jury questionnaire in SONY v Tenenbaum - Part 1
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Poll #1433991 Poll based on jury questionnaire in SONY v Tenenbaum - Part 1

Do you use the internet on a regular basis?

Yes
11(100.0%)
No
0(0.0%)

If you were to list any web sites you visit regularly, would the list be:

empty
0(0.0%)
short enough you could list all the full URLs on one line
0(0.0%)
fill half a sheet of paper
4(36.4%)
fill an entire sheet of paper
4(36.4%)
fill two or three sheets of paper
2(18.2%)
fill four or more sheets of paper
1(9.1%)
other (please explain in comments)
0(0.0%)

Do you own or use an ipod or an .MP3 player?

Yes
10(90.9%)
No
1(9.1%)

Are you or is anyone in your family or a close friend a musician?

Yes
7(63.6%)
No
4(36.4%)

Have you ever ripped a CD to a computer?

Yes
8(72.7%)
No
3(27.3%)

Have you ever burned a CDR?

Yes
10(90.9%)
No
1(9.1%)

Have you or has anyone in your family or a close friend ever downloaded music, books or movies from the internet?

Yes
11(100.0%)
No
0(0.0%)

Have you or has anyone in your family or a close friend ever used NAPSTER?

Yes
4(36.4%)
No
7(63.6%)

Have you or has anyone in your family or a close friend ever used NAPSTER 2.0?

Yes
1(9.1%)
No
10(90.9%)

Have you or has anyone in your family or a close friend ever used GROKSTER?

Yes
0(0.0%)
No
11(100.0%)

Have you or has anyone in your family or a close friend ever used LIMEWIRE?

Yes
6(54.5%)
No
5(45.5%)

Have you or has anyone in your family or a close friend ever used KAZAA?

Yes
1(9.1%)
No
10(90.9%)

Have you or has anyone in your family or a close friend ever used IMESH?

Yes
0(0.0%)
No
11(100.0%)

Have you or has anyone in your family or a close friend ever used BITORRENT?

Yes
8(72.7%)
No
3(27.3%)

Have you or has anyone in your family or a close friend ever used MORPHEUS?

Yes
2(18.2%)
No
9(81.8%)


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lonotter
User: lonotter
Date: 2009-07-23 18:14 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
The "burned a CDR" and "downloaded music, books, or movies" one feel prejudicial - like the writer is trying to imply that makes you a pirate. Which is complete nonsesnse, I've burned CDs of non-music data that I created, and Project Gutenberg encourages you to download their free-as-in both freedom and as-in-beer books and read them, even share them.
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Mrs_Sweetpeach
User: mrs_sweetpeach
Date: 2009-07-24 14:19 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
"Feel prejudicial," yes, that's exactly how it feels to me as well. I'd feel extremely uncomfortable if I were on the jury and had to answer the questionnaire; I'd worry about how my answers would be used and fear someone try to force me to provide names. Sort of the way the police/courts do now with purported drug dealers (which explains why actual drug dealers often receive short sentences while their friends and family members -- who are not dealing and have no information to trade -- receive much long prison terms).
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User: bloggingchick
Date: 2009-07-23 20:20 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
I don't if I would would want to answer some of those questions unless it was anonymous (or you were the only one seeing the answers). I'd be concerned that, even if they said NO you will not be judged and/or later brought up on charges, I still would be.
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User: bloggingchick
Date: 2009-07-23 20:21 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
And that they would try to get from me the names of friends that I knew used any of those sites.
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Mrs_Sweetpeach
User: mrs_sweetpeach
Date: 2009-07-24 14:20 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
Yes, exactly. I wonder just when it was I lost my faith in the US Goverment and its legal system.
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