Porn “morally acceptable” than piracy in NZ

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NEWS IN BRIEF: A New Zealand poll conducted by UMR Research found that watching porn online while married is “morally acceptable” than downloading copyrighted material. Asking 1000 New Zealanders, 21 percent of the respondents believed that it was acceptable for a married person to watch porn without telling their spouse (and it has been made easier to hide it because of new private browsing modes on all of the browsers).

Meanwhile, 18 percent felt that it was acceptable to download copyrighted music was acceptable, while 13 percent believed downloading copyrighted video was morally acceptable. However, a strong 31 percent felt that watching TV programs “on Youtube or similar” was acceptable.

Watching porn while single, however, is more morally acceptable – if that’s even possible – with 41 percent saying it is. However, more of the males opted to select that opinion than females. Flirting online and internet dating also had high percentages saying it was acceptable, with 82 percent and 69 percent of the poll results respectively.

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