Ethical and Legal Perspective of Software Piracy and Business Effects on the Illegal Use of Peer-to-Peer Systems Architecture

International Journal of Computer Applications, June 2018

5 Pages Posted: 16 Apr 2018 Last revised: 9 Jan 2019

Date Written: March 30, 2018

Abstract

This is descriptive survey research aims to investigate the ethical and legal perspective of software piracy and use of P2P Systems architecture. It sought to answer the profile of the respondents in terms of the program, age and year level of the respondents, the attitudes of the respondents regarding software piracy and the attitudes of the respondents regarding the use of Peer to Peer Systems Architecture. The respondents are also asked about the reason for using the P2P and pirate software. The initial result of the respondent’s shows that majority of the respondents agree that software piracy is acceptable. While most of the respondents agree that piracy is accepted, most of the respondents sometimes practice piracy because of the high cost of content and respondents doesn’t want to pay for it. Based on the result, it is recommended that content providers should increase the security of content to avoid loss of profit.

Suggested Citation

Ventayen, Lemuel Magno and Ventayen, Randy Joy Magno, Ethical and Legal Perspective of Software Piracy and Business Effects on the Illegal Use of Peer-to-Peer Systems Architecture (March 30, 2018). International Journal of Computer Applications, June 2018. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3153245 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3153245

Lemuel Magno Ventayen

Pangasinan State University

Bayambang, Pangasinan, Philippines
Pangasinan
Philippines

Randy Joy Magno Ventayen (Contact Author)

Pangasinan State University ( email )

Alvear street
Poblacion
Lingayen, Pangasinan, Pangasinan 2401
Philippines

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