During an unscientific focus group, Nate Anderson over at Ars Technica found a few key reasons why animes that you can stream for free and legally online are still pirated. Rather than just pricing, factors like speed of availability, video quality, and especially good subtitles with respect for culture all come into play. So it's not just the money. It's the whole experience that often makes piracy a viable alternative. [Ars Technica]
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