NYT article on copyright, moralty and the generation gap

I enjoyed this article by David Pogue in the New York Times. It gives some great examples of the shades of grey in copyright law and the mismatch between what's legal and what's morally ok, plus a fascinating (and suprising, to me) illustration of how what's morally ok in this area varies with age.

I'm left wondering if my attitudes in this area are like some earlier generations' attitudes to homosexualty or even earlier generations' attitudes to race.