Don't they still have the ability to track that on youtube servers?MortimerVonKraus said:I don't watch movies or anything. For music I just convert YT videos to mp3.
Could the price tag in general be that obstruction? You give humanity too much credit. Why pay when you can get it free?Technology is only a medium - never the issue. The issue lies within the users and the reason why they are using the technology.
Instead, ask yourself why people use torrents for illegal activities?
Overpriced media, lack of a proper business model to address demand, lack of a business model to provide the format desired, etc.
Its human nature trying to divert around a obstruction. Laws can be applied, but it won't change human behavior. Look at prohibition, the war on drugs, etc.