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TS(0/",/(%'(&$U",(#&0'$,%"/(/%$"( goods is morally wrong. This may represent a backlash against the heavy-V-,"'"//($&V-,3/(&2"'(/&0,#"(4568 handed HADOPI law adopted by the French Parliament in 2009, which requires Internet Service Providers to disconnect users from the Internet, for up to a year, if they are found to have participated in unauthorised online file sharing. 5. > HB MB G? +>! 5>)C EG> EGAE> DEFE D5>G4) 4+5 @5 4BC @A >5? TS(0/",/(%'(&$U",(#&0'$,%"/(/%$"( -V-,"'"//($&V-,3/(&2"'(/&0,#"(4568 One of the preliminary findings from the first phase of the consumer survey was that consumers had little79 awareness of the availability or characteristics of open content works such as free and open source software (FOSS) and Creative Commons licensing.

HB MB G? +>! 5>)C EG> EGAE> DEFE D5>G4) 4+5 @5 4BC @A >5? "#$%&'(D*( N'-V-,"(&R(&2"'(/&0,#"(456( of this fifth section, which clearly shows that, only excepting Argentina, Cameroon, France and Vietnam, consumers worldwide dislike using pi5"#6-'7'&,#%8#%/,-#*%+&9,#234 rated copyright works, both because they believe it to be morally wrong, and <8: because they fear of being prosecuted for doing so. There were two countries, Lebanon and Israel, in which the fear of <89 prosecution did not deter consumers from using pirated copies, but their moral attitude towards piracy did deter them.

However, the barriers to borrowing are lower than those to purchasing. C: In about a third of the countries surveyed, consumers cited problems in copying copyright works. The biggest barriers to those who were affected were access to copying equipment and digital locks. D: In fewer than half the countries surveyed, consumers cited problems in using copyright works. The biggest problem for these users was an inability to time and space shift. E: Except in four countries, consumers cited less inclination towards using pirated copyright works – about equally for moral reasons and for fear of being prosecuted.

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