Originally Posted by Atlanta Dan
In addition to working around programming costs someone also could figure out how to steal their neighbor's Wi-Fi signal in order to eliminate any cost for programming or broadband fees whatsoever while watching the shows on stolen equipment
For purposes of how telecom costs are inflated I am assuming the customer works within the legal/regulatory system established for buying programming and broadband access
Folks thought Napster was the answer to the high cost of recorded music too - that did not provide a long term solution
Yeah, Napster went away quick though. Pirate Bay just celebrated its 10th year anniversary.
You can download music on there too.
And it's not just Pirate Bay, that's just ONE of the bigger torrent sites. Torrents and streaming sites are here to stay. They just get more widespread every year.