Andrew Ducker (andrewducker) wrote,
Andrew Ducker
andrewducker

I need to know about your morals!

Using an ad-supported website with an adblocker turned on.

Morally fine
62(69.7%)
Morally iffy
27(30.3%)

Throwing away excess food

Morally fine
28(31.1%)
Morally iffy
62(68.9%)

Buying books,movies, DVDs, games, etc. second-hand

Morally fine
89(96.7%)
Morally iffy
3(3.3%)

Taking a tax deduction

Morally fine
83(92.2%)
Morally iffy
7(7.8%)

Downloading illegal digital copies of music you own

Morally fine
67(74.4%)
Morally iffy
23(25.6%)

Downloading illegal digital copies of books you own the paper versions of

Morally fine
65(70.7%)
Morally iffy
27(29.3%)

Downloading illegal TV that you would have eventually got legally for free, but not for aaaaaages

Morally fine
37(41.6%)
Morally iffy
52(58.4%)

Downloading a game/album/movie that you bought, but now the disc is missing/damaged

Morally fine
67(75.3%)
Morally iffy
22(24.7%)

Answering poll questions when, frankly, you should be working right now.

Morally fine
48(52.2%)
Morally iffy
44(47.8%)


(And as people seem to regularly be confused by this - you can change your answers by clicking on the poll link at the top after you've answered. And FB/Twitter users can answer if they log in.)

Context.

Oh, and there will be _no_ prize for the first person to start quibbling about whether downloading books that they don't own the copyright on is illegal in any given jurisdiction.
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