I prefer the last, it's the most positive.
Thinking more about the approach taken by the CEO of the Waipareira Trust to this topic. Is it *really* appropriate? What kind of role model does he think he is?
Here's their strategic plan:
Link to the PDF on the RHS.
"Mr Rickards sits on the board of the Waipareira Trust, which Mr Tamihere is the chief executive of."
And also, does the Waipareira trust support the approach Mr. Tamihere is taking in public around the raping of 13 year old girls?
Again, it seems obvious to me that a lawyer's training is not one that best equips you for statistical analysis.
Just because we respect your legal capability does not mean we have to extend that to other areas of expertise.
Bless you for all that work. But you will see that the spreadsheet includes a lot of scenarios, not simply the one you picked to critique.
teenage boys and pornography
It may be a phenomenon that is impacted by porn. On the other hand, the last couple of chapters of "Cider With Rosie" by Laurie Lee are depressingly similar to this.
The whole issue is a red herring anyway. I can get all Lorde's music for free. Despite this she's #1 selling across the globe.
I'm sorry but charging "only" $20 bucks for an ebook doesn't cut it. Whilst I continue to pay exorbitant prices for real books which I value I won't do that for electrons. So it's hard copy or Project Gutenberg for me, but others recognise a rip-off when they see one and act accordingly.
Assuming I have a right to have a file in the first place (ie. I purchased as a file) then what provision might stop me from storing said file on any given medium for my personal use?
DRMs/TPMs. It's illegal to provide the means of circumvention and TPP will make it illegal to do your own circumvention, assuming you have created your own means.
There was a case in the USA where copying to a file to a machine's memory was found to be breach of copyright.