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Theft implies the object is tangible. It's not theft if you steal a piece of paper with information on it like a check, it's only theft when you cash the check and walk away with the money.
It is actually theft if the check is not yours. rolleyes.gif

When you pirate,you're basically watching a movie without paying.

It does not need to be tangible to be considered theft if the result is the same,aka depriving someone of their rightful money.
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It is actually theft if the check is not yours. rolleyes.gif

When you pirate,you're basically watching a movie without paying.

It does not need to be tangible to be considered theft if the result is the same,aka depriving someone of their rightful money.

I'm sure something is getting deprived, but it's not anything we're discussing at this moment.
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It is actually theft if the check is not yours. rolleyes.gif

When you pirate,you're basically watching a movie without paying.

It does not need to be tangible to be considered theft if the result is the same,aka depriving someone of their rightful money.

Legally, "copyright infringement" isn't "theft". It isn't, period, no ifs and buts, they're two entirely different crimes.

If you want to equate them as the same thing, that's your problem. No one else has to agree to call them the same thing, or to consider them to be the same thing, and you'll have to deal with that.
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Legally, "copyright infringement" isn't "theft". It isn't, period, no ifs and buts, they're two entirely different crimes.

If you want to equate them as the same thing, that's your problem. No one else has to agree to call them the same thing, or to consider them to be the same thing, and you'll have to deal with that.
It is still illegal,that is all that matters.

Copyright infringiment may not be theft,but piracy is.
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It is still illegal,that is all that matters.

Copyright infringiment may not be theft,but piracy is.

Illegal by the pursuit of ownership. Till we start outsourcing lawyers to China I don't see it feasible as a way to sue every person who downloads things. Just think about it every time you post a gif of your favorite TV show. PIRACY
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Copyright infringiment may not be theft,but piracy is.

Piracy IS Copyright Infringement, NOT theft. If you go to court for piracy, whether your download or upload, regardless if you profit or not, you will not be judged for the crime of Theft. Not robbery, not theft, but copyright infringement, or whatever it is called in your country.
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It is still illegal,that is all that matters.

So?
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Shouldn't it be theft if the legal right holder actively pursues protecting its own intellectual property ? Considering most of the leaks of movies / music happen from the source itself (*cough sony cough*), wouldn't it be similar to wavering the right to sue if the source is the one who leaks the files.
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Shouldn't it be theft if the legal right holder actively pursues protecting its own intellectual property ? Considering most of the leaks of movies / music happen from the source itself (*cough sony cough*), wouldn't it be similar to wavering the right to sue if the source is the one who leaks the files.

No. Theft requires an object to be tangible.

However the second half of your statement is correct. Sony or Disney has all rights to pursue legality of owned material through copywrite infringement.
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Piracy IS Copyright Infringement, NOT theft. If you go to court for piracy, whether your download or upload, regardless if you profit or not, you will not be judged for the crime of Theft. Not robbery, not theft, but copyright infringement, or whatever it is called in your country.
You're obtaining access to something that is only accessible by paying without paying. If you don't want to consider it theft it's your problem. rolleyes.gif
Edited by GoLDii3 - 1/26/16 at 8:18am
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