17.6.10

Piracy talking? Hush! (Or how Google doesn't like what I have to say)

Last month I wrote about "piracy" - you know, the non-authorized download of copyrighted content - in this blog post. For it, I made a poll, using blogger tools (that uses a Google service to create polls), where I was asking questions about "what would you do if you couldn't do non-authorized download of copyrighted content". The options were something like this:

  • I don't do non-authorized download of copyrighted content
  • If I couldn't do it, I would buy everything I now download
  • If I couldn't do it, I would buy some things I now download
  • If I couldn't do it, I wouldn' buy anything I now download anyway
I now came to my blog to see something else (don't ask me what, I can't remember), and I just noticed the big 404 you probably see on it:


I don't know why the poll was deleted, I heard nothing from Google regarding it, but I'm surely not going to quit doing this just because Google doesn't like my polls. No, I'm creating another poll. For the record, and I have nothing but my word on this, last time I've checked more than 40 votes where in it, and 0 of them were in the "I would pay for everything I download if I couldn't download it" option.

So, here's the poll, again. If you had voted previously, please vote again, and help spread the word... Thank you.


[UPDATE:] And then, the Google poll is back online. Just to be sure, please vote on both...

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