Understanding Attitudes toward Online Music Piracy

@inproceedings{Morton2004UnderstandingAT,
  title={Understanding Attitudes toward Online Music Piracy},
  author={Neil Morton},
  booktitle={AMCIS},
  year={2004}
}
Online piracy of copyrighted digital music has become rampant as internet bandwidth and digital compression technologies have advanced. The music industry has suffered significant financial losses and has responded with lawsuits, though online music piracy remains prevalent. More effective approaches to fighting music piracy can be developed with the aid of an understanding of individual attitudes toward online music piracy, particularly the antecedent factors influencing individual attitudes… CONTINUE READING

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