Danish anti-piracy group Rights Alliance is offering teenagers jobs as panelists in its efforts to better understand the latest piracy trends. Successful candidates will have to commit to several two-hour planned panel sessions, fully paid. Rights Alliance stresses that teens will not be expected to expose their friends or family.
Piracy is by no means exclusive to any particular generation but among the general public, it’s often associated with younger people.
This notion may very well change over time as the Internet-native generation gets older. That said, younger people tend to be more open to change, also when it comes to piracy habits.
Over the past two decades, new online piracy sites, apps and other consumption methods have emerged. This can pose quite a challenge for anti-piracy outfits, whose main goal is to spot new piracy trends and nip them in the bud.
Social Media Piracy Panel
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