It continually perplexes me how the general media view and report on technology and more specifically, the internet. It seems everything that can be blamed on it, will. When I was a young lad, I remember going to a church with my dad on a Sunday afternoon. Not to worship, but to meet up with 50-100 other Amiga users who would spend the afternoon hapilly copying everything they could onto a floppy. And whilst there were a lot of indie game developers back then who'd have been happy to know their stuff was being passed around the majority of it was still from studios. Yes I appreciate that the internet has made it easier to pirate material and I'm sure there has been an increase in piracy in terms of numbers shifted, but is that because percentage wise, more people are now pirating than in previous years or is it because there are simply more people using technology. All I have to go on is my experience, but back then every person I knew with whatever system they happened to have would attend these kinds of meets where as relatively few of the people I know who own a PC (Basically everyone I know these days) actually pirates material so in terms of the ratio of people who use pirated software to people who use the technology needed to run it... Do you think that has gone up or down?