Do pirates play fair? Testing copyright awareness of sports viewers

@article{Krawczyk2017DoPP,
  title={Do pirates play fair? Testing copyright awareness of sports viewers},
  author={Michal Krawczyk and Joanna Tyrowicz and Anna Kukla-Gryz and Wojciech Hardy},
  journal={Behaviour & IT},
  year={2017},
  volume={36},
  pages={650-661}
}
Ethical norms are believed to be followed more loosely on the Internet than in the ‘real world’. This proposition is often evoked to explain the prevalence of so-called digital piracy. In this study, we provide evidence from a vignette experiment that contradicts this claim. Analysing the case of sports broadcast, we compare explicitly the ethical judgement of legal and illegal sharing in the offline and online contexts. We find that the norms concerning legality, availability of alternatives… CONTINUE READING
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