Stolen property is everywhere.
It’s not on your front lawn or in your living room (well, it may be, but that’s a separate problem); it’s on your computer. The websites you visit every day may not seem suspicious, but given the statistics, it’s highly unlikely that you’ve managed to completely avoid exposing yourself to stolen intellectual property on the internet.
Almost a quarter of all Internet traffic consists of the consumption of content that infringes on intellectual property rights. Some of it is unintentional (e.g., teenagers posting fan art they’ve made of their favorite comic book characters on the internet) and some of it is completely<