Piracy is amoral. The sharing of others' ideas and art is currently illegal, but it's not bad just because the law says it is. Only in this tiny fraction of recorded history have people with money been able to convince lawmakers that people should forfeit freedom and earnings for sharing art. Think of the big picture. Would humanity be better off if we threw people in prison for sharing ideas (like the pro-copyright crowd wishes), or would humanity be better off if we allowed the free sharing of ideas (like the pro-humanity crowd wishes)? I know that the copyright groups love to claim that society would crumble without commercialized corporate art (and trillions of jobs would be lost in the process), but is that really true?