A joint study from Duke University and the US Department of Justice has outlined the three key factors in people deciding to illegally download music: willingness to pay; perceived likeliness of facing a lawsuit; and morality. Focusing on college students, the study found that 30% had obtained their last song illegally, but more controversially, suggests that the RIAA was wrong to stop suing individual file-sharers.

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