Yes and no.
I will download a crack for an app to test out all the features, then if I don't like it, I'll delete it, and if I like it, I shell out for a license (or more correctly, my father shells out for it).
There are some apps, like adobe and macromedia that are way out of my range (I'm 13 for heavens sake!) but I need them to make half-decent websites. I may not have payed for these, but I was given a Concordia site-wide license by the professor (worked for Concordia) who was teaching me. Saying that I'm his student, I should be covered.
I download TV shows for the convenience of not having to go downstairs to watch it and being able to keep it forever. But again, I pay full price for all the HD channels my shows come from, and own an HD PVR, so I am just watching the show in a different place inside my house, like with a slingbox. I am not stealing the content, because my father does pay for the channels and service.
I do pirate some of my music, but recently I've been paying for them on the iTMS. Although the price is beginning to get a bit crazy ($300 +). But then again, the music industry deserves every blow pirating takes at it. I shouldn't be limited on the amount of computers I could use my PAYED FOR songs on (half my computers can't play my music because of the 5 computer limit) while my buds that pirate can use the songs as many times as they want!
So no, I don't really consider myself a pirate, I just couldn't care less for the DMCA, EULAs, the music industry, or any other law or organization that prohibits me from doing as I wish with things I buy.
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