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Top author attacks illegal downloading as theft

Monday 16 September 2013 | 11:53 CET | News
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Best-selling author Philip Pullman believes that illegal downloading is 'moral squalor' and simple theft, reports The Guardian. In an article for the Index on Censorship, Pullman will defend copyright laws and attack internet users who believe it is OK to download books or music without paying for them.

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