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is it legal too download whats been on tv????

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seris like lost,supernatural,smallville would this be legal or not....as you could have taped it when it was being aired on tv.........please ...opionions thanks Read More
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
seris like lost,supernatural,smallville would this be legal or not....as you could have taped it when it was being aired on tv.........please ...opionions thanks
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
no, its not.
#2
No but for them to find out would involve, entering your house and physically checking your hard drive.

Not exactly likely.

(Don't blame me if any authorities do pay a visit though)
banned#3
Definitely not legal but absolutely ethical...
#4
probably not but who cares about that..download away,most people do

Edited By: boothy on Aug 06, 2010 16:59: typo
#5
boothy
probably not but who cares about that..download away,most people do
really.........copyright laws i worry about,especially on the download torrents such as btjunkie,pirate bay....
#6
You should have kept quiet.
This thread has now alerted the authorities, and they'll be monitoring you.
#7
Yeah if you don't pay for it normally illegal. Just buy the dvds instead.

master_chief
Definitely not legal but absolutely ethical...


Yeah it is not like anyone needs to be paid for producing, writing, directing, acting etc etc.
I mean people do it all for free.
#8
Not sure how much advertising revenue would increase if I watched Coronation street 'live' on ITV rather than download it for my collection

(*part of the sentence above is untrue)
banned#9
dananana
Yeah if you don't pay for it normally illegal. Just buy the dvds instead.

master_chief
Definitely not legal but absolutely ethical...


Yeah it is not like anyone needs to be paid for producing, writing, directing, acting etc etc.
I mean people do it all for free.


So the producer doesn't get a penny until I sit down and watch it live on the tv eh?
banned#10
criminal offense - no
civil offence - yes
unless of course you are uploading too then yes to both
#11
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYGETxIVV0A

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uTqGiZQfvk

Make your choice.

Edited By: cookiemonster83 on Aug 06, 2010 19:56: Forgot to put that in earlier.
#12
master_chief
Definitely not legal but absolutely ethical...

Hear hear. +1
banned#13
dcx_badass
mr.potato_head
No but for them to find out would involve, entering your house and physically checking your hard drive.Not exactly likely.(Don't blame me if any authorities do pay a visit though)

Lol what, no they don't, they just need the same torrent and will see all the IPs downloading it.


Torrents weren't mentioned at that point.
#14
OK don't laugh....what's a torrent... I keep hearing it about downloaded stuff but haven't a clue what its about.
Yes I am a dinosaur....but one wanting to learn.

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