Report Shows Less Downloading By Kids


Posted May 23, 2007 - By Dana Leahy

Children are generally obnoxious, but A new study released by the Business Software Alliance (BSA) says that fewer children age 8-18 are illegally downloading music and software from the Internet.


The BSA asked kids, who always tell the truth when asked direct questions about illegal activity, if they had downloaded anything they weren't supposed to. Only some of them said yes, prompting them to conclude that fewer children were doing the naughty naughty download dance on the intarweb.

Children cited parents as the number one reason they refrained from illegal downloading. Imagine that! Parents actually step up, take an active role in their child's life and it makes a difference!

What a revolutionary idea, even though we tell TheFeed's adopted baby to download all he wants. Well, within reason. He does spend 12 hours a day sewing us fashionable tennis shoes. Get back to work baby! Mama needs new kicks!

Yahoo! News: Study shows drop in illegal downloads among youth

Report Shows Less Downloading By Kids


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