Then where do you draw the line? If it doesn't affect you, sure. But what if someone (such as that guy who started that thread in the book discussion thread) wanted to pirate the holy Gospel? I mean, you're trying to spread the word, right? So where does the line stand?
I think that internet piracy is NOT piracy in the traditional sense in that it's stated goal is not for profit (or "booty") but rather for enjoyment of the materials being pirated... that would be like a pirate stealing the jewels from a ship not so he could acrue wealth and land and power but rather so he could sit there and stare at them and admire their shine, or plunder some sort of... i don't know... art related cargo... and admire the art.
The internet piracy that remains true to the pirate fashion would have to involve some sort of forceable theft from corporate hands (which all internet piracy does, I'm sure) and ALSO the ability to turn this theft into profit.
As of 5/2, new to Pastafarianism, I may be a convert.