I agree that it is not a mortal sin. These little things that are transgressions in human laws, are not transgressions in God’s world. If you were to copy that movie and pass it along to family and friends, it would still be okay. I think that the person who charged for it, would be at a greater fault. My brother was freely given a copy of XP Pro at his workplace, and, I debated about using it. We had purchased a computer just before the change-up, and, it took all of my time to maintain it. After a problem after 4-5 years usage, of XP, and with a new hard drive, I went back to the original OS, waiting for the price to lower on XP, which it didn’t of course. So, it has been 3 years of ME. The owner of the computer is 93, and uses it for reading news and solitaire. I just think that he paid entirely too much for the 2001 computer, and, now, with a laptop that could benefit from file sharing, and that also was purchased before a change-up … we don’t care, and Microsoft doesn’t care either, IMO. We seem to buy computers before price decreases …so I am rationalizing and, XP is back on it. My cousin is a millionaire after working at Microsoft for a dozen years … I don’t know how long, but that he was in his 30s and retiring. Poor folk, those who labor and need rest, do things that are overlooked. Still, the law make sock it to us, as it did when my sister’s husband stole form my Dad basically, after getting a loan, then declaring bankruptcy. It went in his favor, you see. Obviously, I don’t believe in his poverty … he is also a laborer, but, he has no property. Sometimes laws are unfair to the ordinary citizen. There is just so much under the table for everyone, and espec. the poor.